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February, 1950 



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THE 

NEWMAN 
PREPARATORY 
SCHOOL 



J. HARRY LYNCH, '40 
Headmaster 



EDWARD L. FITZMAURICE, '36 
Assistant Headmaster 

B. FRANCIS BROWNE, '33 
Registrar 

JAMES W. DAILEY, '38 
Treasurer 



2 1 1 Commonwealth Avenue 

Boston 16, Massachusetts COpley 7-4530 




Whichever way you are travelling 




illfe^you on the road to health 
Gall SOmerset 6-8180 



REID & HURLEY TRAVEL SERVICE 
EDWARD F. HURLEY, '32 

49 Adams Street, Milton 

CUnningham 6-1884 



M. S. COSGROVE & SONS 
Milk and Cream 

Vincent J. Cosgrove, '33 Jack Fitzgerald, '37 

82 PARK STREET, DORCHESTER 

GEneva 6-2650 



PACKING 

Est. 189 ^sfrmti 

STORING 

BOB DUNN, '42 



MOVING 




BOSTON 

SHIPPING 

JAmaica 2-3300 



Pilgrimage To Rome 
$692.00 

A 37 day trip under the direction of 
The Queen's Work, national sodality 
organization, leaving in July, includes 

9 Audience with the Holy Father 

• Five Day Stay in Rome 

• Stops at 

Lisbon, Fatima, Barcelona, Lourdes, 
Montserrat, Manresa, Nice, Paris 

® Accommodations on the S. S. Roma 

ALUMNI and FRIENDS 

JOIN THE BOSTON COLLEGE GROUP 

For further details 

Contact 
Rev. WILFRED BOUVIER, S. J., '33 

Student Counsellor's Office, Boston College 
Chestnut Hill 67, Mass. 




Boston College 

LUMNI NEWS 



Volume XIII 



No. 3 



ALUMNI OFFICERS 

Executive Committee 

President 

JOHN B ATKINSON, '16 

1st Vice-President 
WALTER J. WALDRON, '27 

2nd Vice-President 
HENRY M. LEEN, '29 

Treasurer 

THOMAS J. CUDMORE, '40 

Secretary 

LEO C. jjONAHUE, '29 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

ALFRED J. BEDARD, '23 
WILLIAM M. CASHIN, '18 
RT. REV. CHARLES A. FINN, '99 
RT. REV. WALTER J. FURLONG, 

'21 
JOHN H. FLYNN, '17 

ARTHUR J. GORMAN, M.D. '26 
J. LESTER HOURIGAN, '24 
RICHARD McSHANE KELLY, 

'37 



Executive Secretary 
JOHN J. HAYES, '30 

Faculty Adviser 
REV. FRANCIS V. SULLIVAN, 

S.J., '21 



Page 



FEBRUARY, 1950 



CONTENTS 



3 President's Page Very Rev. William L. Keleher, S.J. 

4 Communion Sunday, March 19 
Varsity Club Dinner 
Entrance Applications 

A Word of Thanks 
What's Trump? 

7 Second Annual Fund Report 

14 Parade of The Classes 



24 Necrology 

25 Sports 



Nathaniel J. Hasenfus, '22 



26 Clubs 



BOSTON COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 
3 PROVINCE STREET, BOSTON 8, MASSACHUSETTS 

Subscription, $1.00 a year, included in Alumni Fund contribution. 
THE ALUMNI NEWS is published in September, November, February and June. 



WILLIAM D. RAY, '34 

420 Boylston Street, Boston 

KEnmore 6-2524 

Furs shown at your home evenings by appointment 

T. EDMUND GARRITY & CO. 
INSURANCE SERVICE 

T. Edmund Garrity, '23 Thomas E. Garrity, Jr., '50 

60 Congress Street, Boston 



School Furniture 
Blackboards 



School Supplies 
School Equipment 

FRANCIS J. DALY, '29 
J. L. HAMMETT COMPANY 

KENDALL SQUARE CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

GOLDSEAL ALTER WINES 

FINEST QUALITY SINCE 1865 

JOHN J. CONVERY, '30 

REPRESENTATIVE FOR 

URBANA WINE COMPANY, Inc. 

80 SUMMER STREET EVERETT 49, MASS. 

EV 7-7516 

DO YOU NEED HELP? 

A complete service for employers and employees 

THE JOB FINDER 
8 BEACON STREET, BOSTON 

Personnel Consultants 

MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 

LOUIS F. MUSCO, '34, PRESIDENT 

FREDERICK A. MEAGHER CO., Inc. 
INSURANCE 

FREDERICK A. MEAGHER, '25 

55 Kilby Street, Boston 



SHAW-WALKER CO. 

BOB O'HAYRE, '36 
132 FEDERAL STREET, BOSTON 

Largest Exclusive Manufacturers 

of Office Equipment and Office 

Systems in the World 




LI 2-9410 



GENE DONALDSON, '35 

DEDHAM INSURANCE PARTNERSHIP 

All Forms of Insurance 

368 WASHINGTON STREET, DEDHAM 



DEdham 3-0109 



STEWART-REYNOLDS 

SCITUATE REAL ESTATE 

Front Street, Scituate Harbor 

Telephone 1303 
EDWARD STEWART, '32 PAUL REYNOLDS, '33 

SCHOLASTIC JEWELERS, Inc. 

OFFICIAL B. C. RINGS 

Miniature and Large — All Classes 

JOHN F. LYNCH, '25 
5174 Washington Street, Boston 

F. W. HOLBROW CO. 
FLORISTS 

JOHN C. HOLBROW, '24 

301 Harvard St., Dorchester GE 6-2095 

36 Province St., Boston LI 2-0891 

JOBS IN AVIATION 
FOR MEN AND WOMEN 

18 to 35 Years of Age 
V Check off the program you desire: 

□ Day Division — 8 Weeks 

LJ Evening Division — 20 Weeks 

Q Extension Division — Learn and Earn 

□ Flight Division — "National Flight System" 

□ A. T. S. Publications — "Opportunities" 
El Free Counseling and Guidance 

Call, Write or Visit 

AVIATION TRAINING SCHOOL 

673 BOYLSTON STREET. BOSTON 

Lie. by Comm. of Mass., Dept. of Education for Airline 

Stewardess, Airline Reservations and Ticket Office, 

Airline Ground Operations 

LOUIS F. MUSCO, '34, President 

PAUL F. FLAHERTY, '36 
OPTICIAN 

15 FOREST STREET, MEDFORD SQUARE 

MY 8-9861 

25 RICHFIELD STREET (off 311 Columbia Rd.) 

DORCHESTER 25 Columbia 5-0112 

THOMAS W. SMITHERS, '40 

FURNACE OIL 

The Atlantic Refining Company 

52 CAMBRIDGE STREET, ALLSTON 
ST 2-7260 Residence: MY8-4951 

MONUMENTS 
S. H. BARNICOAT & COMPANY 

JAMES J. RICCIUTI, '39 
295 Hancock St., North Quincy 71 

GRanite 2-3447 




Th. 



President's Page 



VERY REV. WILLIAM L. KELEHER, S.J. 



I can well imagine that many of you are 
wondering what we have done about the 
proposition we announced in the last issue 
of the News, that of converting the old Black 
and White house into an Alumni Centre. 
And well you might, since there is not a 
single bit of evidence that anything has been 
dons. Actually however, your President and 
i have spent a great deal of time and made 
many studies on the matter so that at long- 
last we are satisfied that it can go through 
to the satisfaction of all. Basically the plans 
iare as we outlined them in the last issue of 
'the NEWS. But we have made some chang- 
jes after consultations with architects and 
builders. I hope that we shall be able to 
start the work of renovation soon and that 
you will be pleased with our efforts. The 
costs are much higher than we had expected, 
but the over-all, long range picture, which 
effects the College as well as the Associa- 
tion, warrants such expenditures. 

At the last meeting of your Board, Mr. 
Atkinson presented the picture as we have 
it, and the Board approved. The College is 
prepared to go ahead and assume the ex- 
penses of renovation, assured by the Board 
that the Association will reimburse us in 
time. This is the procedure followed in the 



case of the Philomatheia Club House, and 
that worked out to the complete satisfaction 
of all. I feel certain that such an arrange- 
ment can be followed now, and with equally 
satisfying results. 

Another important step approved at 
the meeting of the Executive Board was the 
appointment of David J. Lucey as pro-tem 
Director of the Alumni Fund. I am happy 
to have Mr. Lucey assume the position, with 
the understanding that it is for a limited 
time. His work here at the College is grow- 
ing, and it is only natural that the two posi- 
tions cannot go on indefinitely. However, 
it is a start, and I am sure that he will be 
of great assistance to Mr. Hayes and the of- 
ficers of the Association, as well as to the 
local club officers in organizing and carry- 
ing through a real effort. I do feel, how- 
ever, that thought must be given soon to 
creating an independent office of Fund Di- 
rector. It is evident that our Association 
is large enough to warrant starting such an 
office, and I am confident that it would bring 
to us all the results that are reported from 
other colleges. I hope that once we are es- 
tablished in our new quarters here on the 
campus we can turn to this problem, which, 
to my thinking, is our next forward step. 



ALUMNI NEWS 




Communion Sunday, March 19th 



On March 19, Laetare Sunday, mem- 
bers of the different Boston College Clubs 
will observe the annual General Communion 
Sunday by receiving Holy Communion and 
attending breakfasts in their respective 
communities. 

In a few short years this custom has 
become traditional and thousands of Alumni 
are expected tc participate in this public 
demonstration of Faith. 

Alumni will be notified about particu- 
lar details by the local committeemen. As 
this issue goes to press the following clubs 
have already completed arrangements: Bel- 
mont, Cambridge, Central Mass., Charles- 
town, Everett, Lawrence, Lynn, Newton, 
North Shore, Quincy, Somerville, South Bos- 
ton and Washington, D. C. 



Varsity Club Dinner 

About 600 attended the 11th Annual 
Varsity Club dinner on January 22 at the 
Hotel Staffer. 

The recipient of the Varsity Club tro- 
phy, awarded annually to the outstanding 
senior on the football squad, was Ed Songin. 
A scroll was also presented to Hon. Fred- 
erick V. McMenimen, '28. 

Principal speakers were Most Rev. 
John J. Wright, '31, Auxiliary Bishop of 
Boston, Coach Myers and Rev. Maurice V. 
Dullea, S. J., faculty moderator of athletics. 

Joseph C. White, '20, was chairman 
and "Tony" Comerford, '23, toastmaster. 

Officers of the club for the coming year 
are: "Tony" Comerford, '23, president; P. 
Joseph Killelea, '34, vice-president; John 
J. Mahoney, '29, secretary; Louis F. Musco, 
'34, treasurer; John J. Convery, '30, Thomas 
M. Gemelli, '28, James J. Heggie, Jr., '32, 
and Thomas F. Scanlan, '20, directors. 



ENTRANCE APPLICATIONS 
Candidates intending to enter the 
College in September must submit ap- 
plication by March 1. 

For the College of Business Admin- 
Vrat'on the closing date is Ar>ril 22. 



A Word of Thanks 



January 30, 1950 
To The Alumni Secretary: 

I'd like to say a word of very deeply 
felt thanks to about three thousand Boston 
College Alumni. You will remember that 
at Christmas time we sent out 8500 copies 
of the new Boston College Engagement Cal- 
endar to the Alumni. The replies came in i 
like a snowstorm : first a few scattering 
flurries, and then a blizzard. I haven't dug- 
myself out yet, and still the snow keeps fall- 
ing. 

Of course I haven't heard from everyone. 
But I have a notion that I shall still hear 
from a good many, who have been preoccu- 
pied with more important things and who 
will remember later in the year. Mean- 
while, and until I can figure out some more 
personal way of doing it, let me through 
you, say "thanks" to a very warm-hearted I 
and generous group of men. I echo that : 
song we used to hear the Britishers singing 
overseas a few years back : 
"Bless 'em all, bless 'em all, bless 'em all, 
The long and the short and the tall . . ." 
Sincerely, 

William J. Leonard, S. J. 



What's Trump? 



An Open Letter to Alumni Bridge Addicts: 

Old Siggy Freud would urge that any 
festering psychosis, such as a craze for Con- 
tract Bridge, be brought out into the open, 
lest its repression result in more outrageous 
manifestations — such as Chess, or Canasta. 

We tried it once. Among the lesser 
known milestones of history we count the 
establishment, some 15 years ago, of an 
Alumni Contract Bridge team. We played 
just one match — with representatives of a 
cultural institution from across the Charles 
— and have been licking our wounds ever 
since. 

Perhaps we can get a weekly bridge 
session going, either the garden variety of 
Contract, or the post-graduate type of Dup- 
licate. If you are interested, please drop a 
line to Jack Hayes or myself at the Alumni 
office and we'll try to set a date for a session. 

Let's hear from you. 

Victor J. Newton, '28 

BOSTON COLLEGE 



Second Alumni Fund Report 



Increase In 1949 In Donors And 
Total Contributions 



1609 Contribute 
$23,638.86 



The Second Annual Alumni Fund for 
1949 came to an end on December 31. The 
results, presented on these pages, show an 
increase both in number of donors and total 
contributions over the previous year. A to- 
tal of §23,638.86 was contributed by 1609 
Alumni. To them the Board of Directors of 
the Alumni Association express their appre- 
ciation. Appreciation is also expressed to 
the class agents and the Fund committee. 

In 1948 the Annual Fund was estab- 
lished with a class agent system for most 
classes. Its purpose is to provide an annual 
source of income for Boston College. Its 
goal is to receive a contribution every year 
from every Alumnus. Its success is assured, 
if each Alumnus participates. 

Class Records for 1948 and 1949 

Number 

Amount of Donors 

1948 1949 

11 17 

2 3 

2 2 

1 



Classes 

1887-99 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 



1948 
$740.00 
15.00 
60.00 



60.00 

30,00 

20.00 

10.00 

325.00 

45.00 

165.00 

190.00 

85.00 

105.00 

780.00 

380.00 

755.00 

650.00 

580.00 



1949 
$905.00 
35.00 
75.00 
50.00 

100.00 

25.00 

150.00 

60.00 

160.00 

65.00 

245.00 

215.00 

170.00 

340.00 

1,275.00 

530.00 

591.00 

730.00 

565.00 



2 

3 

2 

1 

7 

3 

3 

7 

5 

4 

18 

11 

23 

24 

21 



5 

2 

5 

2 

6 

5 

6 

13 

7 

12 

22 

18 

26 

31 

26 









Number 




Amount 


of D 


onors 


Classes 


1948 


1949 


1948 


1949 


1919 


238.00 


395.00 


10 


20 


1920 


326.00 


560.00 


22 


32 


1921 


510.00 


709.00 


21 


35 


1922 


205.00 


455.00 


19 


30 


1923 


1,160.00 


785.00 


30 


26 


1924 


530.00 


723.00 


26 


35 


1925 


490.00 


557.00 


31 


47 


1926 


385.00 


527.00 


34 


43 


1927 


437.00 


602.00 


27 


40 


1928 


1,002.00 


692.00 


60 


55 


1929 


$410.00 


$828.00 


29 


52 


1930 


645.00 


785.00 


39 


50 


1931 


545.00 


825.00 


36 


51 


1932 


703.00 


672.13 


44 


51 


1933 


293.00 


720.00 


22 


54 


1934 


634.00 


1,275.00 


45 


71 


1935 


348.25 


508.00 


33 


51 


1936 


416.00 


643.00 


32 


56 


1937 


238.50 


536.00 


28 


45 


1938 


437.00 


517.00 


32 


54 


1939 


260.00 


521.00 


35 


66 


1940 


532.00 


739.00 


44 


70 


1941 


224.00 


421.00 


21 


48 


1942 


269.00 


447.73 


33 


58 


1943 


245.00 


395.00 


27 


52 


1944 


200.00 


237.00 


27 


42 


1945-1 


106.00 


264.00 


16 


41 


1945-11 


50.00 


87.00 


9 


18 


1946 


5.00 


12.00 


1 


3 


1947 


96.00 


123.00 


10 


17 


1948 


2.00 


193.00 


1 


33 


1949 




15.00 




2 


1950 


. . 


1.00 




1 


Intown School 


55.00 


58.00 


7 


6 


Graduate School 


38.00 


78.00 


6 


12 


Law School 


167.50 


175.00 


18 


23 


Honorary 


115.00 


230.00 


5 


6 


Associate 


5.00 


30.00 


1 


2 


Anonymous 


510.00 


12.00 


2 
1032 


2 


TOTAL S 


17.827.25 S 


523,638.86 


1609 



Contributors in 1949 

1387 - 1899 1895 

Contributed $905.00 Rt. Rev. Michael J. Scanlan 
Number of Contributors 17 

1887 
Rt. Rev. John A. Degan 1396 

1889 Rt. Rev. Matthew J. Gleason 

Rt Rev. Thomas J. Rt. Rev. James H. Phalan 

MaeCormaek James P. Warren 



ALUMNI NEWS 



1897 

Hon. P. Sarsfleld Cunniff 
Hon. Arthur W. Dolan 

1898 
Rev. Charles J. Maguire 

1899 
Rt. Rev. Edmund D. Daly 
John B. Doyle 
Jiugene J. Feeley 
Rt. Rev. Charles A. Finn, 

D. D. 
John J. Hayes 
William D. Nugent 
Joseph L. Powers 
Hon. John E. Swift 



Peter L. Fox 
Rev. Myles J. McSwiney 
Edward B. Sheehan, M.D. 
Kev. Edward P. Twigg 

1910 

Contributed $245.00 

Number of Contributors 6 

Charles A. Birmingham 
James A. Coveney 
Rev. James V. Cronin 
Rev. John E. Doherty 
Rev. Ambrose Hennessey 
Edward T. Ryan 

1911 
Contributed $215.00 



Rt. Rev. Eric F. MacKenzie John A. McCarty 



William J. O'Sullivan 
Dr. Thomas J. Reid 
Albert L. Ishaughnessy 
Edward A. Sullivan 
Rev. James E. Welch 

1915 
Contributed $530.00 



William P. McCormack 
John J. Mahoney 
John J. Mulcahy 
Joseph A. Mulvey 
Rev. Francis J. Murphy 
Daniel G. O'Connor 
Timothy J. O'Sullivan 
Thomas A. Printon 



Number of Contributors 18 charles F / Sharkey 



rcev. John J. Allston 
i\.ev. Tnomas jl.. Boland 
r-nilip j. Bond 
Dr. john F. Bradley 
inomas E. uotter 
Kev. Philip J. Coyne 



1900 

Contributed $35.00 

Number of Contributors 3 



Numoer of Contributors 13 J0nn A - Heming 
Kev. John W. Cnuicnward ' ,! ' ' 
james J. Cotter 



Rev. ±i rancis V. Cummings 



John F. Gillespie 
Rev. James F. Grimes 
Rt. Rev .Frederick J. Allchin^n GoTw^n DownTn^'lS. Geor g e «■ Hennessy 
1,1 Joseph A. Mahoney 

Rev. Stephen F. Moran 



James F. Drey 
John S. Quinn 



1901 
Contributed $75.00 
Number of Contributors 2 
William J. Rich 
Rev. David D. Ryan 

1902 
Contributed $50.00 
Number of Contributors 1 
Rev. Edmund C. Sliney 



1904 
Contributed $100.00 
Number of Contributors 

Michael J. Downey 

Rev. Charles J. Leddy 

Rt. Rev. Patrick J. Lydon 

Rev. Frederick F. Muldoon Harold J. Taylor 

Joseph A. Quinn 



Miah J. Falvey 

Rev. Aloysius K. Finn, S.T.L. 

Rev. Thomas A. Flynn 

Vincent L. Greene 

Rsv. Edvvara M. Hartigan 

cdward M. McDonough 

Frederick J. Murphy 

Leo P. Noonan 

William A. O'Brien 

1912 
Contributed $170.00 
Number of Contributors 

Joseph F. Dennehy 
.uemiis a. Dooley 
rtev. Thomas F. Garrity 
Joseph P. McHugh 
oiepnen H. Mahoney 
Kev. John J. Pnelan 



Rev. Albert J. Shea 

J. Lester Shea 

Dr. Charles D. Smith 

Edmund F. Tobin, D.M.D. 

Dr. Charles F. Twomey 

Rev. John F. Welsh 

1918 

Contributed $565.00 

Number oi Contributors 26 

Rev. J. l> rancis Brady 

William M. Cashin 

Col. Warren j. Clear, U.S.A. 



Rev. Lawrence P. MorrisroeJohn P. Creed, M.D. 
Rev. l^eo A. O'Leary James A. Donovan 

Rt. Rev. Richard J. Quinlan r rancis J. Facey 



John J. Walsh 

Rev. George F. Wiseman 

1916 
Contributed $591.00 



Charles S. PitzGeraid 
Francis P. Frazier 
Clarence W. Greene 
Daniel J. Harkins 
William F. Herlihy 



Number of Contributors 26 Rev Q t j s p Xellv 



jonn B. Atkinson 

Paul H. Bruning, M.D. 

xvev. George W. Casey 

ii,award A. Coffey 

Rev. John N. Cunningham 

D. Leo Daley 



John C. Manley 
J. Vincent Murray 
Gerard B. Newman 
M. Francis Nolan 
John M. O'Loughlin 
Rev. Harry M. O'Connor 



1905 
Contributed $25.00 



1913 
Contributed $340.00 



Number of Contributors 2 John P. Curley 



Number of Contributors 12 Frederick J. Gillis 



Rt. Rev. Augustine C. Dalton Capt. Clarence H. Pike 

Patrick J. Donovan 

William S. Downey 

Arthur R. Falvey, D.M.D. 

Rev. Ralph W. Farrell 

Leo A. Gallagher 



Edward M. Giblin 
Bernard I. McManus 

1906 
Contributed $150.00 
Number of Contributors 



Edward L. Curran 
Joseph A. Fitzgerald 
Thomas L. Gannon 
Arthur L. Gould 
Raymond F. Henderson 
5 Rev. Peter T. Linehan 



U.S.N. 
Frank C. Ramisch 
Thomas A. Reynolds 
John J. Roman 
James I. Rooney 
John C. Sargent 
Rev. Remi B. Schuver 
Charles T. Sexton 



Rev. Joseph M. Fitzgibbons R ev . Bennet J. O'Brier: 
Rev. Irving L. Gifford, D.D 
Francis X. Hogan 



Rev. Henry C. Reardon 
Joseph A. Spelman 

1907 
Contributed $60.00 
Number of Contributors 

Joseph K. Burns 

Rev. David V. FitzGerald 

1908 
Contributed $160.00 



James L. O'Brien 
Rt. Rev. Francis L. Phelan Francis D. O'Connell, M.D 
Rt. Rev. Francis X. Sallaway R ev . John I. O'Connor 



Leo V. Halloran 

Roy J. Heffernan, M.D. 

George K. Hendrick 

Major Francis K. Hinchey 
U. S. A. F. 

John E. Hopkins, M.D. 

Very Rev. (Charles D. Mclnnis Thomas H. Bresnahan 

William B. Burke 
James H. Deeley 



1919 

Contributed $395.00 

Number of Contributors 20 



Rev. Francis L. Shea 
Matthew G. Sullivan 

1914 

Contributed $1275.00 

Number of Contributors 22 

Rt. Rev. Robert P. Barry 
Rev. Charles I. Brown 
James Edward Cogan 

(In Memory of) 
Rev. Frederick J. Deasy 



John G. O'Keefe 
Rev. Percival J. Quill 
Joseph H. Sheehan 
Rev. Leo E. Sullivan 

1917 
Contributed $730.00 



Bernard F. Donovan 
Rev. Herbert K. A. Driscoll 
Walter A. Falvey 
John J. Gardner 
Christopher T. Garrahan 
Rev. William H. Harrington 
John A. Hickey 
John Basil Kelley 



Number of Contributors 31 Rev Joseph p McNamav; 



Number of Contributors 6 Rev : William J. Desmond 

Dr. Francis P. Devlin 
Rev. Thomas F. Devlin 
James A. Dunbar 
Rev. Patrick J. Flaherty 
Rev. Thomas J. Ford 
Rev. Timothy C. Gleason 
Rev. Thomas J. Heagney 
John J. Hogan 



Edward J. Looby 
Hon. James E. Luby 
Rev. John J. McMahon 
Angus J. MacNeil 
Thomas E. Mahoney 
Rev. Denis A. O'Brien 

1909 
Contributed $65.00 
Number of Contributors 
Rev. Eugene P. Cryne 



Rev. John J. Joyce 
John W. Kapples 



Rev. John J. Connolly 
Thomas D. Craven 
Philip J. Dwyer 
John W. Fihelly 
Edward J. Fitzpatrick 
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John H. Flynn 
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Frank D. Shea 

Frederick J. Shea 

1920 

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Number of Contributors 32 

J. Robert Brawley 

Gerard B. Cleary 

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Alban B. Mclnnis 
Edward J. McKeown 
John J. McMorrow 
Joseph A. Moran 
James W. Morrissey 
Robert G. O'Connell 
Cornelius T. O'Connor, M.D. 
Robert E. Pyne 
Rev. Charles E. Riley 
Edward L. Roddan 
Thomas F. Scanlan 
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Philip D. Shea 
Rev. Edward S. Sullivan 
Paul E. Troy 
John F Welch 
George E. Wilkie 

1921 

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Number of Contributors 35 

George H. Cleary, M.D. 

Rev. LeRoy V. Cooney 

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Daniel J. Costello 

Charles A. Coyle 

Rev. James P. Donovan 

Edward W. Drohan 

Michael A. Fitzpatrick 

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Joseph A. Flynn 

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Thomas N. Foynes 

Rt. Rev, Walter J. Furlong 

James A. Gookin, Jr. 

Stephen J. Griffin 

Gordon F. Irons 

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Mark E. Linehan 

Arthur F. McCarthy 

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Rev. John MacEachern 

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John A. Mahony 

Albert M. Moloney, M.D. 

Ralph S. Monks 

Frank J. Morrissey 

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Hugh H. 'Regan 

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John D. Walsh 

Rev. John A. York 

1922 

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Number of Contributors 30 

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Robert P. Walsh 

1923 

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Number of Contributors 26 

Alfred J. Bedard 

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Matthew P. Butler 

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Leo R. Desmond, M.D. 

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Lawrence J. McCarthy, M.D. 

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1924 

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Number of Contributors 35 

John C. Burchill 

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Francis J. Campbell 

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George W. Douglass 

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John T. Fee 

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James F. Grady 

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William J. Kelleher 

John T. McCarthy 



Thomas S. Mclntire 
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1925 

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Number of Contributors 47 

James M. Ahearn, Jr. 
Joseph A. Beattie 
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William J. C-tty 
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John J. Good 
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Thomas E. Rafferty 
John Paul Reardon, M.D. 
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William F. Walsh 
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1926 

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Number of Contributors 43 

Louis E. Bai-on, M.D. 
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John A. Cohan 

William J. Cunningham 

Robert D. Daley 

Frank A. Donahue 

John S. Dooley 

John E. Dorsey 

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Patrick J. Foley 

James W. Gagan 

Arthur J. Gorman, M.D. 

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Leo E. Monahan 

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Francis M. O'Rourke 

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Anthony J. Perry 

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Patrick J. Sullivan 

Leon M. Vincent 

1927 

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Number of Contributors 40 

Joseph A. Bruton 

Howard J. Buckley 

John J. Buckley 

Rev. George H. Callahan 

Rev. John E. Connor 

Francis J. Costigan 

Michael B. Creed 

John O. Donovan 

John A. Eaton 

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Pierce J. Fitzgerald 

Dr. William A. Fitzgerald 

Thcmas N. Good 

J. Frederick Harkins 

Charles A. Hayden 

Thomas C. Heffernan 

John T. Higgins 

Joseph E. Ingoldsby 

Thomas C. Keefe 

Brendan A. Kelly 

Very Rev. Walter J. Leach 

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William T.McKillop 

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McQuaid, U.S.N. 
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William H. Marnell 
Joseph L. O'Brien 
Daniel F. O'Connell 
John F. O'Connell 
Paul E. O'Donnell 
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1928 

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Number of Contributors 55 

John B. Andosca, M.D. 
John M. Barry 
John C. Cahill 
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Fred L. Campbell, M.D. 
Wallace E. Carroll 
Joseph A. Carty 
Richard J. Condon 
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John J. Considine 
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William D. DiMarzio 
John F. Doherty, 
Robert J. Donovan, M.D. 
Joseph B. Doyle, M. D. 
Daniel M. Driscoll 
James V. Duffy 
Warren J. FitzGerald 
John E. Halligan 
Gerald R. Houghton 
James H. Keith 
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George A. Levangie 
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U.S.A.F. 
Joseph F. McCarthy 
Paul J. McCarty 
A. Emmett McCrann 
John R. McGillivray 
Rev. Joseph E. McGoldrick 
Malcolm McLoud 
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McMenimen 
Rev. Elias A. Mealey 
Fred A. Moncewicz 
Edmund E. Morante 
John H. Morris 
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Chaplain John J. Nagle 
William F. Nolan, Jr. 
Thomas J. O'Brien 
John E. O'Loughlin 
Rev. Christopher C. O'Neill 
William E. O'Toole 
Joseph L. Quinn 
Salvatore Scelso, M.D. 
Rev. Theodore J. Seckel 
Rev. Francis S. Shea 
Rev. Gerard Shea 
Arthur P. Shinney, M.D. 
Andrew J. Sullivan 
A. Roy Tribble 
Rev. Bernard H. Unsworth 
William F. Walsh 
Edward J. Watson 

1929 

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Number of Contributors 52 

Charles Quincy Adams 
James H. Alphen 
Joseph F. Birmingham 
L.Cdr. Paul L. Broderick 
Kenneth A. Brown, M.D. 
Edward D. Cahill 
J. Lloyd Carnegie 

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Mark J. Crehan 
Francis J. Daly 
James A. Dean 
A. Barr Dolan 
Peter F. Dolan 
John J. Donahue 
L. Charles Donahue, M.D. 
Leo C. Donahue 
George P. Donaldson 
William F. Flynn, M.D. 
Rev. John L. Frawley 
Rev. Charles F. Glennon 
Herbert D. Gordon 
David H. Gorman 
Rev. Francis J. Harkins 
James A. Hennessey, M.D. 
Robert T. Hughes 
John J. Kennedy 
John J. Landrigan 
William J. LeFay 
Henry M. Leen 
George P. Lordan 
Allan J. McCarthy, M.D. 
H. Frank McCarthy, M.D. 
Rev. Francis F. McElroy 
Rev. George W- McHugh 
Eugene L. McLaughlin 
Rev. James J. McManus 
Donald B. MacDonald 
John J. Mahoney 
Rev. Joseph P. Mahoney 
John T. Manning- 
William T. Miller, Jr. 
Arthur M. Morrissey, M.D. 
Edward F. Murphy 
Francis P. O'Hara 
James J. Regan, Jr. 
Rev. Joseph G. Regan 
Louis J. Scolponeti 
Philip J. Shea, M.D. 
Joseph F. Sheehan 
Philip P. Stuart 
Francis J. Voss 
Thomas F. Walsh 

1930 

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Number of Contributors 50 

Rev. Thomas J. Burke 
James F. Carolan, M.D. 
Norman A. Castle 
Thomas J. Cavanaugh, M.D. 
Rev. Ralph J. Clark 
Hon. John J. Connelly 
Rev. John M. Connolly 
John J. Convery 
Rev. John P. Cosgrove 
John V. Cunney, M.D. 
Rev. John J. Donlan 
John F. Dwyer 
Rev. George P. Gallivan 
Rev. Edward S. Galvin 
Col. Joseph E. Gill, U.S.A.F. 
William R. Green, M.D. 
Donald R. Griffin 
John F. Groden 
Rev. Leo S. Harrison 
John W. Haverty 
Francis Higgins, M.D. 
David E. Hockman 
Edward A. Hogan, Jr. 
William J. Howard 
Rev. Daniel J. J. Kelleher 
Edmund L. Kelleher 
Joserjh G. Kerrigan 
William J. Koen 



Arthur E. Lohan 
Rev. M. Ultan McCabe 
Charles A. McCarthy 
James M. McGann 
Chap. (Major) James J. 

McGoohan, U.S.A. 
John W. Mclntyre 
Francis J. McNulty 
Francis A. Mahoney, M.D. 
Paul Mahony 
Robert F. Martin 
Leo P. Moran 
William J. Mulcahy 
Chap (Lt. Col.) James B. 

Murphy, U.S.A. 
John T. O'Connell 
Thomas G. Perkins 
Edward J. Powers 
Rev. William I. Proctor 
Robert A. Radochia 
Rev. Daniel F. Sullivan 
Garrett L. Sullivan, M.D. 
Rev. Daniel J. Taglino 
William J. Wallace 

1931 

Contributed $825.00 

Number of Contributors 51 

Edward A. Aaron 

Leo F. Amrhein, M.D. 

Edmund O. Baguuio, M.D. 

John P. Barry 

Frank I. Bertsch 

Major Philippe P. Boas, 

U.S.A. 
Joseph J. Bradley, M.D. 
Edmund L. Carey, M.D. 
Theodore R. Cass 
Thomas W. Crosby 
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R. Felix Doherty 
Wilfred J. English 
Albert J. Fitzgerald 
Rev. Edward B. Flaherty 
Rev. Charles R. Flanigan 
John C. Gill 
Paul A. Golden 
Richard J. Gorman, M.D. 
Solomon G. Hajjar, M.D. 
Charles V. Hayes 
Lawrence G. Healey 
Kevin Hern 
John J. Kearney 
James A. Keefe 
Frederick C. LaBrecque, 

M.D. 
Gerald F. Lambert 
Eugene F. Lawlor, Jr. 
Rev. William J. Linehan 
Charles C. McCarthy 
Christopher J. McCarthy 
Charles J. McGee, M.D. 
Donald E. MacDonald 
Francis L. Maynard 
Thomas F. Meagher 
Rev. Francis X. Meehan 
Charles P. Nolan 
Rev. Daniel J. O'Connell 
Thomas J. O'Loughlin 
Salvatore P. Palmieri, M.D, 
Chap. (Capt.) Ernest P. 

Pearsall, U.S.A. 
Laurence F. Sanford 
John W. Shork 
Robert D. Sullivan 
Rev. Timothy E. Sullivan 
Edwin F. Trueman 



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John M. Walsh 
Bartholomew M. Welch 
Most Rev. John J. Wright, 
D.D. 

1932 

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Number of Contributors 51 

Eugene J. Bailot 

John T. Bresnahan 

Kev. Edmund E. Buckley 

Allan C. Byrne 

John V. Cahahan 

Rev. William C. Carroll 

John J. Collins 

Richard J. Connelly 

John P. Connor 

Rev. William F. Cooney 

Rev. Robert M. Costello 

Joseph A. Costrino, M.D. 

Rev. James T. Cotter 

Rev. Thomas J. Croke 

Rev. John F. Cuffe 

William E. Curiy, Jr. 

Francis H. Curtin 

Joseph E. Devine 

Philip h. Diehl 

Rev. James P. Donohue 

Jeremiah J. Downey 

Gordon F. Dunn 

William J. Egan, M. D. 

John W. Evans 

Thomas M. Feeney, M.D. 

Rev. Francis W. Finnegan 

Arthur L. Fitzgerald, M. D. 

Rev. William J. Flanagan 

C. Glynn Fraser 

Edward M. Gallagher, Jr. 

Gunnar E. Haugh 

Edward J. Herlihy 

Joseph T. Fernon 

Edward F. Hurley 

Joseph P. Lynch, M.D. 

John G. J. McDonald 

John F. McManus, M.D. 

Charles H. MacLaughlin, 

M.D. 
Francis R. Markey 
Frederick A. Meier 
Rev. Frederick J. Minigan 
Rev. Joseph P. Monahan 
George E. Morris, M.D. 
Richard S. Nugent, M.D. 
Arthur J. O'Brien 
Philip E. O'Brien 
John G. Patten 
Rev. Thomas F. Quinn 
Rev. Paul V. Rattigan 
Rev. Daniel F. Shalloo 
Rev. John F. Welch 

1933 
Contributed $720.00 
Number of Contributors 54 
Rev. Albert Abracinskas 
Edward E. Adams, M.D. 
Joseph G. Brennan 
John H. Brougham 
B. Francis Browne 
J. Raymond Callen 
Peter V. Chesnulevich 
James V. Connolly 
Christopher C. Conway, M.D. 
Rev. James J. Cullinan 
John F. Curley 

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Frank J. DeFreitas 
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John F. Desmond 
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Henry C. Fitzgerald 
John J. FitzGerald 
Leo J. Flynn 
James J. Foley 
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Frederick F. Gorman 
'Robert E. Grandfield, M. D. 
Rev. Christopher P. Griffin 
John P. Hanrahan 
Joseph F. Henry 
Thomas J. Jones, D.D.S. 
Albert F. Landrigan 
Francis J. Lang 
Thomas J. Lyons 
Eugene J. McDonald, M.D. 
Philip J. McNiff 
Francis T. Maguire 
Salvatore J. Messina, M.D. 
Thomas J. Molloy 
John B. Moran 
John A. Needs 
Charles W. O'Brien 
John J. Patterson 
Charles L. Quinn 
John S. Quinn 
William P. Quinn 
Dennis F. Rvan 
William A. Ryan 
Rev. Thomas F. Sennott 
John F. Sullivan, M.D. 
Timothy M. Sullivar. 
Joseph L. Tansey, M. D. 
Rev. Peter P. Tuohy 
Thomas J. Walsh 

1934 

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Number of Contributors 71 

John G. Ahearn 

Charles E. Anadore 

Charles J. Artesani 

David S. Ascher, M.D. 

John M. Barry, M.D. 

Paul J. Boylan 

Rev. Thomas F. Brosnan 

James M. Buckley 

Rev. John A. Cantwell 

A. Kenneth Carey 

Rev. John J. Cogavin 

David R. Corey, M. D. 

Walter M. Costello 

Herbert L. Crimlisk 

Daniel I. Cronin 

Eugene J. Cronin 

Timothy L. Curran, M.D. 

John W. Dacey 

William F. Dinn 

Rev. Martin J. Dolphin 

T. Harney Donohue 

Charles H. Duston, M.D. 

Alphonse B. Ezmunt 

James J. Fallon, Jr. 

James G. Fay 

Edward F. Fitzgerald, M.D. 

Rev. John J. Fogarty 

Patrick B. Ford 

Robert M. Gavin 

Robert J. Glennon 



Brendan J. Hall 
John F. Hannon 
William B. Hickey 
Maurice F. Joyce 
William J. Joyce 
James S. Kavanah,M .D. 
Joseph M. Keefe 
Walter A. Kelly 
Herbert A. Kenny 
George J. Lang 
Clarence E. Long 
Francis P. Lyons 
John J. McGillicuddy, M.D. 
Arthur J. McLaughlin 
John E. McManus 
Charles V. Manganelli, M.D. 
Theodore N. Marier 
George F. Miller, M. D. 
Thomas M. Mulligan, M. D. 
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William J. Murphy 
Louis F. Musco 
Lawrence A. O'Brien 
Jeremiah W. O'Connor 
Walter J. O'Neill, M. D. 
Robert F. Ott 
Guarino Pasquantonio 
William C. Ray 
John L. Roach 
Raymond H. Roberts 
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John T. Sheehan 
Thomas J. Sheehan, Jr. 
George W. Stuart 
Rev. Daniel G. Sullivan 
L.Cdr. Edward J. Sullivan, 

U.S.N.R. 
Rev. John J. Tierney 
Robert P. Toland 
Rev. John F. Wallace 
Rev. George J. Williams 
John P. Woods 

1935 

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Number of Contributors 51 

James V. Ahearn 

Raymond L. Belliveau 

Milton C. Borenstein 

Rev. Clarence R. Boucher 

John A. E. Burke 

Edward M. Cardillo, M.D. 

James J. Clerkin 

James E. Connolly, D.D.S. 

John C. Daly 

Eli J. Daryeau, D.M.D. 

Eugene F. Donaldson 

Paul V. Donohoe , 

Rev. John J. Downey 

Paul G. Dugan 

William J. Fitzsimons 

Henry A. Foley 

Francis R. Freeto, M.D. 

William J. Gallagher 

William H. G. Giblin 

Francis J. Good 

John J. Griffin 

William E. Hannan 

Rev. James P. Hart 

James J. Hinchey 

John B. Honahan 

William J. Landrey 

John J. Larkin, M. D. 

Francis R. Liddell 

James F. McDonough. M.D. 

Timothy V. McDonough 

John M. Mclver, M.D. 



John J. McNulty, M.D. 
Richard C. Maloney, D.M.D. 
Louis J. Melanson 
Edwin T. Mitchell 
Albert J. Morris 
Francis J. Murphy 
William C. Nash, M.D. 
John V. Nicholson, D.D.S. 
Robert B. O'Connor, M.D. 
Timothy J. O'Connor 
Raymond J. Perry 
Robert T. Quinn 
Joseph G. Riley, M.D. 
Joseph C. Ryan 
Thomas I. Ryan 
John J. Sadowski 
Walter F. Sullivan 
Rev. John L. Taglino 
Rev. J. David Welsh 
Robert J. Wynne 

1936 

Contributed S643.00 

Number of Contributors 56 

Charles J. Abizaid 
Charles J. Adams 
David B. Bailey, M.D. 
Henry G. Beauregard 
John L. Black, Jr. 
Neil P. Bulman 
J. Albert Burgoyne 
John A. Burke, M.D. 
Rev. John P. Carroll 
Robert V. Condon, M.D. 
Drury I. Connor 
George J. Coogan 
Randyl P. Cournoyer 
Rev. Joseph G. Deacon 
Rev. Louis J. Delahoyde 
Frank J. Delear 
John F. DiNapoli 
Sidney Dunn 
Edward L. Fitzmaurice 
Rev. Ambrose B. Flynn 
Anthony P. Flynn 
Rev. John I. Foley 
John V. Forrest 
George M. C. Goodwin 
Stephen E. Hart 
Rev. John D. Hausman 
A. Francis Hilbrunner 
Raymond P. Hogan 
Frank J. Jordan, M.D. 
Thomas A. Keane 
John J. Larkin 
Paul C. Leonard, M.D. 
Francis W. McCarthy 
John J. McLaughlin 
Rev. John J. Maguire 
George F. Mahoney 
William H. Merigan 
Charles P. Miller 
Thomas J. Moore 
Richard E. Mulcahy, M.D. 
Thomas H. Murray, M.D. 
George J. Naymie 
James E. O'Hearn 
rornelius W. Owens 
Rev. Albert J. Powers 
Timothy F. Ready 
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John J. Riordan 
John F. Roche 
William F. Ryan, M.D. 
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Rev. George V. Sweeney 
Rev. John D. Zuromskis 

1937 

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Number of Contributors 45 

Rev. Henry F. Barry 
Joseph C. Barry 
John J. Bonner 
Frederick P. Carmody 
Carl J. Caroselli 
Paul J. Coughlm, M.D. 
John D. Crimmings 
John J. Cronin 
Frank P. Crowley, Jr. 
James T. Curtis 
Charles P. Daly 
John B. Daly 
William A. Doherty 
John F. Donelan 
John J. Driscoll 
Arthur E. Durkin 
Charles G. Fallon 
Francis A. Fiekers 
Robert F. Finnegan 
Sidney B. Fox 
Paul N. Giroux 
Edward J. Hart 
John J. Herlihy 
Benedict T. gines 
Gerald F. Hogan, M.D. 
L.Cdr. Charles A. Iarrobino, 

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Francis C. Kane, M.D. 
Rev. John P. Keilty 
Richard M. Kelly 
James L. Kenney 
Vincent C. Keough 
Rev. John J. Linnehan 
John F. Loughlin, M.D. 
John V. McCarthy 
Thomas L. McDermott 
John C. McNanama, M.D. 
Rev.' Paul J. McManus 
Rev. Thomas W. Moriarty 
John J. Norton 
Rev. John M. Quirk 
Joseph M. Richards 
Michael H. Sullivan 
Timothy F. Sullivan 
Burchill T. Sweeney 
Aldo G. Verde, M.D. 

1938 
Contributed $517.00 
Number of Contributors 54 
Daniel A. Barry, Jr. 
James F. Blute, Jr., M.D. 
Arthur F- Buckley, M.D. 
Joseph L. Butler 
Robert D. Callahan 
John P. Castelli 
Henry J. Chiarini 
James J. Condon 
Rev. Francis X. Coppens 
Edward S. Corrigan 
Rev. James A. Cosgrove 
Joseph A. Creed 
James W. Dailey 
Anthony J. DiNatale 
James R. Doherty 
Jaul V. Farrell, Jr. 
Francis X. Finnegan 
L.^dv. Robert J. Fleming, 

U.S.N.R. 
Rev. John T. Gallagher 

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Thomas P. Greene, M.D. 
John P. Guthrie 
Edward F. Hines 
Rev. David E. Hutchinson 
Albert E. Keleher, Jr. 
John L. Kelly, M.D. 
Paul J. Kelly 

Major John J. King, U.S.A. 
Harry L. Lynch 
William E.McInerney 
Rev. John A. McLaughlin 
Rev. John J. McManmon 
William P. McNally 
Joseph F. Marshall 
Rev. Robert F. Murray 
Robert W. O'Connell 
Arthur T. F. O'Connor 
Thomas E. O'Connor 
Rev. Mimie B. Pitaro 
William B. Prior 
Edward D. Ryan, M.D. 
Henry S. Ryan 
W. Herbert Scannell, Jr. 
John E. Shaw, M.D. 
Francis J. Solari, Jr. 
Eugene P. Soles 
Richard H. Stanton, M.D. 
Francis G. Stapleton 
Kevin J. Sullivan 
Rev. Paul H. Sweeney 
Capt. William I. Taylor, 

U.S.M.C. 
Thomas F. True, Jr. 
Rev. Frederick M. Walsh 
Anthony P. Williamson 

1939 

Contributed $521.00 

Number of Contributors 66 

Joseph Adams, Jr. 
Arthur C. Allan 
Edward J. Ash 
John J. Baldi 
Paul T. Banks 
Alfred W. Branca, M.D. 
Francis P. Brennan 
Rev. Gerald L. Bucke 
James F. Comerford, Jr. 
Lawrence B. Cosgrove 
John J. Costello 
Raymond G. Coyne 
Kenneth J. Devine 
George J. Devlin 
Paul Devlin 
James J. Doherty 
Rev. John F. Donovan 
Paul F. X. Dunigan 
Lawrence J. Fitzgerald 
John J. Flynn, III 
William J. Flynn 
Earl S. Foley 
William P. Ford 
Rev. A. Paul Gallivan 
Robert T. Griffin 
Edward B. Hall 
Bartholomew J. Hegarty 
John J. Hunter, M.D. 
David J. Hurley 
Ira A. Jivelekian 
Rev. James H. Joyce 
Paul A. Keane 
James F. Kelly 
Robert J. Lloyd 
Roy T. Lydon, M.D. 
James P. Lynch 
John J. Lynch 

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Eugene F. McAuliffe, M.D. 
Vincent P. McCauley 
Rev. Philip G. McConville 
Francis J. McDermott 
Rev. Thomas A. McDonald 
Daniel J. McFadden 
J. Rand McNally, Jr. 
Joseph P. Martin 
William A. Meggison 
Leo B. Monaghan, M.D. 
John L. Monahan, M.D. 
Paul F. Nagle 
Paul W. Needham 
George J. Norberg 
Frederick A. Norton 
Andrew J. O'Brien 
Rev. Alfonso G. Palladino 
Norman R. Pilote 
Robert K. Powers 
Philip Quinn, M.D. 
Thomas F. Quinn 
Herbert L. Rooney 
Dr. Francis W. Sennott 
Arthur P. Sullivan, M.D. 
Rev. James L. Sullivan 
Frank A. Talaber 
William J. Vaughan 
David I. Walsh 
George N. Whittaker 

1940 



Henry J. McMahon 
Joseph H. McPherson, Jr. 
William A. Maisey, Jr. 
John P. Masterson 
Rev. John F. Mulkern 
John J. Mulligan 
John C. Murphy 
Edmund J. Nagle 
Vinicio H. Nasca 
Joseph W. O'Neil, M.D. 
Rev. John J. Philbin 
Robert M. Philips, M.D. 
Major Robert J. J. Picardi, 

U.S.M.C. 
Robert W. Power 
Thomas J. Powers 
Leo H. Riley, M.D. 
J. Sherman Rogan 
James J. Ryan , 

John F. Ryan 
John F. Shea 
Rev. Charles I. Sheehy 
Albert J. Sinofsky 
Thomas W. Smithers 
Richard F. St. Onge 
John J. Sullivan, Jr. 
William J. Sweeney, M.D. 
Jeremiah J. Twomey 
Joseph J. Waters 

1941 



Contributed $739.00 Contributed $421.00 

Number of Contributors 70 Number of Contributors 48 



Edward F. Barrett 

James E. Burke 

Elmore M. Campbell, M.D. 

Rev. William S. Carpenger 

Leo F. Carty 

Daniel S. Connolly 

Rev. Francis P. Connors 

J. Gerard Converse, M.D. 

Joseph G. Costigan 

Jeremiah A. Cronin 

Major Thomas J. Cross, 

U.S.M.C. 
Thomas J. Cudmore 
Rev. John J. Dacey 
Joseph F. Dannehy 
Henry T. Desmond 
William A. Duffey 
Major Bernard J. Finan, Jr 
Joseph W. Foley, D.M.D. 
Thomas J. Ford, D.M.D. 
John E. Foristall 
Thomas J. Furey 
Capt. Hector G. Gai, 

U.S.M.C. 
George V. Gallagher 
Gerald J. Gallagher 
Robert F. Gladu 
John E. Goodman, D.M.D. 
John F. Gosselin 
Rev. William A. Granville 
Edward M. Greeley 
Paul J. Greeley 
Joseph A. Groden 
Arthur J. Hassett, M.D. 
Hugh W. Hayes 
Lawrence H. Howe 
William F. Joy 
William C. Kelly 
Edmund J. Kenny 
David J. Lucey 
J. Harry Lynch 
John J. McCue 
Joseph W. McKenney 
John F. McLaughlin 



John R. Ambrogne 
William H. Apps 
Rev. John F. Bernatonis 
William F. Brewin 
Rev. John A. Broderick 
Edward J. Burke 
John M. Callahan 
Humbert A. Cincotti 
Francis R. Coady 
John J. Colahan, Jr. 
Rev. John W. Connor 
Rev. Edward D. Cowhig 
John E. Daly 
Alfred A. Delery, M.D. 
Robert F. Dole 
William A. Dowd, Jr. 
Raymond C. Flynn 
Bernard W. Frazier 
Harry L. Fulchino, M.D. 
Thomas J. Galligan, Jr. 
Fred J. Gibney 
Mario F. Guarcello 
William J. Houlihan 
Fred L. Jaquith 
Paul X. Keegan 
Rev. John J. Keohane 
Rev. George V. Kerr 
John Ralph LaRochelle, 

D.D.S. 
Joseph M. McCafferty 
Paul C. McGrath 
George B. McManama, M.D 
Joseph G. McManus 
Rev. Joseph F. Maguire 
William D. Maguire 
Eugene H. Marley 
Joseph C- Murray 
Francis J. O'Brien 
John F. O'Brien 
Arthur M. Parker, M.D. 
Rev. James J. Radochia 
Richard E. Ready 
E. Elmer Ross 
Rev. Simeon W. Saulenas 



Nicholas J. Sottile 
Francis A. Stanton 
George L. Tully, Jr., M.D. 
Roy H. Upham 
William J. White, M.D. 

1942 
Contributed $447.73 
Number of Contributors 58 
Rev. Daniel J. Barrett 
David P. Birtwell 
Joseph E. Boothroyd 
Morris J. Bordenca, M.D. 
james F. Boudreau 
Jonn J. Brennan, Jr. 
Edward M. Browne 
William F. Bugden 
John B. Bulman 
John T. Butler 
William J. Cadigan 
Richard A. Callahan 
Charles W. Capraro 
Francis L. Colpoys, M.D. 
William J. Connelly, Jr. 
Francis A. D'Ambrosio, M.D. 
Vincent R. DeBenedictis 
William P. Doonan 
Rev. Delphis O. Duquette 
Bernard P. Farragher 
John C. Fitzgerald 
John H. FitzGerald 
John F. Fox 
Philip J. Gill 
Thomas E. Henry 
Gerard J. Joyce 
William J. Kane 
Leon Katz 
Richard A. Keating 
J. Frederick Keefe, Jr. 
John J. Kelley, Jr. 
Rev. John P. Kelly 
Joseph E. Kelly 
Joseph A. Lavoie, Jr. 
Henry B. McConville 
Thomas F. McDonald 
Lt. (j.g.) Gerald J. 

McMorrow, U.S.N. 
Richard J. McNeil 
James L. Malone. Jr. 
Edward T. Martin 
Harold E. Nash, Jr., M.D. 
James J. O'Brien, M.D. 
John L. O'Connor 
Richard F. O'Halloran 
David A. O'Keefe 
William J. Powers 
Maior Patrick H. Rafferty, 

U.S.A. 
Murray A. Rice, D.M.D. 
John G. Ross, Jr. 
John W. Russell 
Robert F. Saunders 
Joseph A. Sherry 
Frederick M. Sliney 
Robert P. Sneddon 
James F. Stanton 
Joseph R. Stanton, M.D. 
Joseph F. Sullivan 
Leo J. Walsh, D.D.S. 

1943 

Contributed $395.00 

Number of Contributors 52 

Capt. David C. Baatz 
Walter J. Baronowski, 

D.M.D. 
Byron J. Brown 

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Richard D. Buck 
Andrew L. Carnegie 
Marc E. Carrigan, Jr. 
John J. Carusone 
Joseph F. Clayton 
Edmund G. Connor 
John F. Corbett 
Robert J. DeGiacomo 
James T. Duane 
James O. Dunn 
Robert E. Dmant, D.D.S. 
Saverio Forte 
Rev. Edward F. Gillis 
John F. Grady 
Edward W. Greenlaw 
James H. Hagan, Jr. 
James E. Harvey 
John S. Hayes 
William M. Hoar, Jr. 
Joseph J. Hurley 
Alfred W. Jansen, M. D. 
Rev. William M. Joyce 
Edward F. Kenney 
Francis A. Kimmel 
Paul J. King 
William D. Laubner 
Francis A. Lind 
S. Joseph Loscocco 
Rev. Philip G. McGinty 
George E. McKinnon 
Rev. Robert W. McNeill 
Aurelius P. Mattera 
Thomas F. Meagher, Jr. 
Rev. Daniel F. Moran 
Joseph L. Murphy 
Thomas O'C. Murray 
Edward J. O'Connor 
Daniel M. O'Sullivan 
Norman W. Reinhalter, 

D.M.D. 
Yale W. Richmond 
Richard J. Schoenfeld, Jr. 
William G. Shea 
Alexander J. Skene 
James F. Somers 
Edward D. Sullivan, M.D. 
Joseph E. Sullivan, Jr. 
William J. Tibbetts 
Anthony P. Vettraino 
Charles A. Watson 

1944 

Contributed §237.00 

Number of Contributors 42 

William J. Akerman, Jr. 
Fred C. Anderson, Jr. 
Joseph T. Alves 
Robert F. Bousquet 
Henry J. Brash 
Joseph R. Caruso 
John M. Cataldo 
William E. Christie, Jr. 
Walter V. Collins 
Edward A. Donovan, Jr. 
James H. Dunphy, Jr. 
Daniel J. Durant 
Paul D. Flynn, M.D. 
Rev. Francis L. Gallagher 
Joseph G. Galway 
Joseph F. Gannon 
Rev. William F. Glynn 
William F. Haley 
Edward F. Hennessy 
Rev. Bernard J. Keenan 
James F. Kiely 
Eugene G. Laforet, M.D. 
William A. Laughlin 
John S. Lyness 

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Edward H. McCall, D.D.S. 
George L. McLaughlin 
Frank J. McManus, Jr. 
James F. McSorley, Jr. 
Walter H. Maloney 
Charles F. Manning 
Rev. Thomas J. Mooney 
Robert J. Moore, Jr. 
Rev. Paul J. Moriarty 
Rev. Robert D. Navien 
Edward R. O'Brien 
John C. O'Kane 
Joseph E. Prendergast 
William A. Quinn 
Harold J. Roberts 
Francis W. Sidlauskas 
John A. Toomey 
Donald J. White 

1945-1 

Contributed $264.00 

Number of Contributors 41 

Alfred F. Arcieri, M.D 
John P. Birtwell 
Kevin J. Bowers 
John J. Campbell 
Joseph A. Cancelliere 
Rev. Walter E. Casey 
Thomas J. Colbert, Jr. 
Roger C. Collette 
John E. Connelly 
John V. Curry 
William P. Donnelly 
Rev. Francis J. Duggan 
Daniel F. Eneguess, Jr. 
Rev. John J. Foley 
James M. Gibbons 
John J. Greenler, M.D. 
William F. Hamrock 
James J. Harrington 
Robert E. Healy 
Donald A. Jackson 
Weston M. Jenks, Jr. 
Edward J. Kelleher 
John F. Kineavy 
Frank E. Landry 
Frederick C. Leonard, Jr. 
Rev. Charles D. Logue 
S. John Loscocco 
Rev. Kevin McAndrews 
Paul S. Marble 
Robert P. Minichiello 
Joseph R. O'Connor 
Paul G. Paget 
William V. Palladino 
Lt. (j.g.) Vincent Pattavina, 

M. C, U.S.N.R. 
Paul J. Ryder 
Jacob A. Santamaria 
Rev. James J. Scally 
Charles H. Smith, Jr. 
Louis V. Sorgi 
Augustine P. Turnbull, Jr. 
Ciro R. Yannaco 

1945-11 

Contributed $87.00 

Number of Contributors 18 

Angelos S. Afentakis 
John J. Brady 
Arthur A. Brennan 
Anthony L. Bruno 
Stanley J. Dmohowski 
James P. Harrigan, Jr. 
Rev. John J. Jennings 
Michael L. Kelly 
Robert F. Kelly, M.D. 



Rev. John F. Kenney 
Joseph A. LaRossa 
Rev. Frederick R. McGowan 
Peter K. McHugh 
Howard F. Meath 
Joseph P. Murphy 
Robert P. Murphy 
John H. O'Brien 
Charles A. Phillips, Jr. 
1946 
Contributed $12.00 
Number of Contributors 3 
Gilbert N. Arons 
Joseph Bornstein 
John W. DePass 

1947 

Contributed $123.00 

Number of Contributors 17 

Charles J. Alexander 
Eugene E. Burlingame 
Fred P. D'Errico 
Joseph T. Devlin 
William P. Foley 
Henry P. Gaita 
Edward J. Hickey 
John J. McGonagle, Jr. 
Henry A. Mariani 
Richard D. Medley, Jr. 
Paul V. Moynihan 
John J. O'Connor 
William E. O'Halloran 
Paul J. O'Sullivan 
Ralph D. Robertson 
Louis P. Sammartino 
Martin B. Underwood 
1948 

Contributed $193.00 
Number of Contributors 33 
Harry R. Barker, Jr. 
Henry T. Burke, Jr. 
Matthew F. Carroll, Jr. 
Vincent A. Catalogna 
Robert A. Colbert 
Robert F. Collins 
John E. Corcoran 
James F. Costello 
Michael Crowley 
William H. Curley, Jr. 
Michael J. DeCesare 
Joseph F. Donohue 
Harold J. Drew 
John T. Farrell, Jr. 
Paul V. Gartland 
Robert K. Houlihan 
John D. Hughes 
John C. Kelleher, Jr. 
Edward J. King 
John T. McNulty 
Frederick J. MaeDonald 
William P. Melville 
Paul S. Morin 
Thomas J. Murphy, Jr. 
Eugene F. Nash 
John H. O'Neill, Jr. 
Robert J. Sherer 
Alfred J. Silver 
William J. Sipsey 
John J. Sullivan, Jr. 
James P. Ward 
Paul A. Waters, Jr. 
Bernard F. Wermers 
1949 

Contributed $15.00 
Number of Contributors 2 
James H. Cotter 
Patrick J. Leonard 



1950 

Contributed $1.00 

Number of Contributors 1 

Joseph L. Reardon 
Intown & Extension School 
Contributed $58.00 
Number of Contributors 6 

Leo G. Brehm, '40 
John F. Conlin, M.D., '34 
Frederick J. Donovan, '39 
Francis A. Hurley, '31 
Thomas J. McLaughlin, '35 
Salvatore N. Romeo, M.D., '47 

Graduate School 

Contributed $78.00 

Number of Contributors 12 

Emilio Aguila, '38 
Raymond O. Aubin, '46 
Frank M. Buckley, '46 
William A. Carito, '48 
Charles H. Early, Sr. 
Capt. Constance R. Gai, 

U.S.M.C.R., '35 
Gerard L. LaRoche, '43 
Henry P. McLaughlin 
John J. O'Brien, '42 
George W. Ogar, '41 
Foster Stearns, '15 
Harold A. Zager, '31 
Law School 
Contributed S175.00 
Number of Contributors 23 
Randolph E. Bell, '36 
Selwyn I. Braudy, '39 
Russell E. Brennan, '34 
John M. Canty, '39 
John F. Cremens, '41 
Thomas E. Dwyer, '42 
Edward M. Farrell, '40 
William F. Finucane, '47 
John J. Fitzgerald, '36 
Edward J. Grace, '36 
Charles M. Kelley, '48 
John C. Lacy, '48 
David F. Lanrigan, '38 
William Lemberg, '38 
William G. Lynch, '41 
Patrick J. McGuigan, '32 
George A. Mooney, '34 
Joseph M. Powers, '42 
Nestor F. Robidou, '38 
William P. Rockwell, '45 
Lawrence E. Ryan, '43 
Harold A. Stevens, '36' 
Harvey L. Titus, '36 

Social Work School 
Contributed 
Number of Contributors 
Honorary 
Contributed $230.00 
Number of Contributors 6 
Dr. Paul V. Donovan 
Rt. Rev. Augustine F. Hickey 
Hon. Charles D. Maginnis 
John Moody 
Patrick A. O'Connell 
Vincent P. Roberts 
Associates 
Contributed $30.00 
Number of Contributors 2 
James A. Quinn 
George C. Shields 

Anonymous 

Contributed $12.00 

Number of Contributors 2 

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1887 

Rt. Rev. John A. Degan observed 
his 83rd birthday on December 27 
by celebrating a Solemn High 
Mass. He has been pastor of St. 
Mary's Star of the Sea Church for 
the past 33 years. 

1889 

Rev. James J. Murphy observed 
the 56th anniversary of his ordina- 
tion to the priesthood on December 
23. He has been pastor of the 
Presentation Church since 1914. 
Rt. Rev. George V. Leahy was 
eighty yejirs old on November 20. 
A priest for 56 years, he is pastor 
of the Sacred Heart Church in 
Manchester. 

1894 

From the Boston Globe (Decem- 
ber 29) : "School physician Dr. 
Michael A. White recently cele- 
brated 50 years of service in this 
city (Somerville). He assisted in 
the birth of 3654 children in Som- 
erville and several hundred other 
births in surrounding cities and 
towns." 

1896 

Rt. Rev. James H. Phalan observed 
the 49th anniversary of his ordina- 
tion on December 23. He is pastor 
of St. Joseph's Church, Somerville. 

1909 

Very Rev. Francis J. Connell, C. 

SS. R., was appointed dean of Cath- 
olic University School of Sacred 
Theology in November. 

A reception was given to Rev. 
Miles J. McSwiney in January by 
the parishioners of St. Joseph's 
Church, Lynn, where he was ap- 
pointed pastor in October. 

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1911 

WILLIAM D. MURPHY 

77 Waban Hill Road North, 

Chestnut Hill 67 

Twenty-three members of 1911 
held their annual dinner at the 
Hotel Puritan the eve of the Holy 
Cross game. Two of the Class got 
lost, Father John Churchward be- 
tween Brockton and Boston and 
Ed McDonough on the way from 
Springfield but to make up for 
their absence we got a look at 
Father Frank Howley, O. P.. who 
attended his first reunion and 
Father John Vigneron, home on 
sick ! leave from North Dakota. 
Bill McDonough from Charlestown 
put in one of his rare appearances. 
Outside of a little weight he looked 
about the same as in the old days. 
For a bunch of old timers the old 
crowd certainly looked "in the 
pink." Dr. John Downing gave 
some interesting highlights on the 
training of the Oklahoma football 
team. Too bad he didn't talk to 
Denny Meyers early in the season. 

Sorry to hear Father Joe Burke 
has been under the weather but 
am glad to report Vin Greene is 
on the mend. 

Next meeting at Father Ed Har- 
tigan's camp at Green Harbor next 
summer. A must on the Class pro- 
gram. 

Our condolences are extended 
to the family of Walter Winston 
who died last month. 

1913 

Rev. Bennet J. O'Brien was made 
pastor of the Sacred Heart Church, 
Weymouth, in December. 
Martin O'Connor, president of 
Framingham State Teachers Col- 
lege, addressed the Parent-Teacher 



Association of Fairhaven in Octo- 
ber. 
1914 

JOHN S. KEOHANE 
12 Acacia Avenue, Chestnut Hill 67 

Congratulations to Father Bill 
Desmond on his promotion to pas- 
tor of St. Raphael's Church, West 
Medford, and Father Tom Ford to 
pastor of Our Lady of Mercy 
Church, Belmont. 

1914 Sponsors of the Varsity 
Club Dinner were: Msgr. Eric Mac- 
Kenzie and Msgr. Bob Barry; also 
Fathers Pat Dawson, Tom Ford, 
Tim Gleason, Tom Heagney, Ed 
McLaughlin and Jim Welch; also 
Jack Kapples, Dr. Tom Reid, Bill 
O'Sullivan, and Ed Sullivan. 
Fred Doyle's son Richard is a mem- 
ber of the Freshman Track Team 
of Georgetown University. 

Our sincere sympathy to Ed Sul- 
livan on the recent death of his 
Mother. R. I. P. The Requiem 
Mass was sung by Fr. Bill Desmond 
assisted by Msgr. Eric MacKenzie 
and Msgr. Bob Barry. 

We remember . . . when in 1916 
as a member of the Graduate Ath- 
letic Board we selected Charlie 
Brickley (then at the end of a bril- 
liant athletic career at Harvard) 
as the head and only coach of foot- 
ball at the Heights. We were leav- 
ing small-time football behind but 
World War I interrupted our am- 
bitious plans. Charlie joined the 
Navy and did not return to us. 
1916 

JAMES L. O'BRIEN 
41 Pond Circle, Jamaica Plain 30 

Our 34th annual banquet was 
held on January 26 at the Harvard 
Club. At this writing about 42 
members were expected to be pres- 
ent. 

BOSTON COLLEGE 



Jack Atkinson was the principal 
speaker at the National Confer- 
ence on Government, sponsored by 
the National Municipal League in 
St. Paul, Minnesota, in December. 
Father George W. Casey is now 
pastor at St. Bridgid's Church, 
Lexington. 

Al Brennan's boy recently an- 
nounced his engagement. 

At Christmas I had a very nice 
letter from Art Gormley. He is 
now vice-president and business 
manager of the Des Moines Regis- 
ter and Tribune. He paid excellent 
tribute to classmate Bishop Daly 
saying "Bishop Ed Daly has made 
his mark with the Catholic laity 
of Des Moines. In his humble, 
quiet, efficient manner he strikes 
right at the basic fundamentals of 
life without mincing his words." 
Arthur's son Dan is with the news 
department of the Denver Post. 
Frank Roche is the man of the 
year. His license plate is 1950. 

Three sons of 1916 men are en- 
joying partial or full scholarships 
at B. C. as a result of the fine 
generosity of the members of the 
Class. Jerry Shea's son will grad- 
uate in June from H. C. He was 
manager of the football team and 
is the public relations manager of 
the hockey team. George Keough's 
boy is getting his Master's degree 
at B. C. One of Bill Murphy's sons 
has recently received his degree 
from Holy Cross while another, 
who graduated from H. C. in 1949, 
is with G. E. in New York. 

Kindly remember in your pray- 
ers the father of Dr. John Hopkins. 
Dr. Roy Heffernan, president of 
Catholic Alumni Sodality, presided 
at the symposium last month on 
the occasion of the golden jubilee 
of the organization. 
Monsignor Dalton represented the 
Diocese at the Catholic Hospital 
Conference in Washington last 
month. 
1917 

THOMAS D. CRAVEN 
42 Mellen Street, Dorchester 
John Mahoney, Social Security Ad- 
ministration Manager in the Wor- 
cester office, is helping out at; 
Holy Cross by lecturing at the 
Institute of Industrial Relations 
as well as cooperating with the 
Sociology and Economics Depart- 

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ments. Incidently John gets around 
the State and picks up news items 
for this column which he gener- 
ously forwards. 

Jim Kelley likes to see John Ma- 
honey drop into Lowell for it 
means a good old talk fest. Jim 
is still with the Lowell Sun. 
Tom Kinahan is now in St. Johns- 
bury, Vt., as Sales Manager for 
the Chrysler Auto Parts, covering 
the State. 

John Fihe*.ly was recently awarded 
a certificate of honor for complet- 
ing 25 years as first assistant U. 
S. Attorney for the District of 
Columbia. Award was made by 
U. S. Attorney George M. Fay for 
the Dept. of Justice. 
Charley Sharkey, vice president 
of the American Federation of 
Government Employees, recently 
conferred with Civil Service Com- 
missioner Frances Perkins con- 
cerning the Federation's campaign 
to increase job security for the 
Federal Government employees. 
Harry Hines is in the real estate 
business in Hyannisport. Harry 
complains that he has not been re- 
ceiving class notices. ("Porky" 
Flynn will please take notice of 
this). 

Speaking of "Porky", before 
leaving on a business trip this 
busy leader of 1917 left word that 
there would be a round-up of the 
Class in April. More on this later. 

1918 

M. FRANCIS NOLAN 
26A Shepard Street, Cambridge 38 
Doctor Jack Creed has been ap- 
pointed medical examiner in the 
Fourth Essex district by Gover- 
nor Dever. Jack's son is a fresh- 
man at the College. 
Rev. William Gross was made pas- 
tor of the Blessed Sacrament 
Church, Saugus, in December. Dan 
Harkins was heard from in Novem- 
ber. He is with the State Depart- 
ment in Bremen, Germany. His 
official title is "Chief of the In- 
telligence Division, Office of the 
Land Commissioner for Bremen." 
His son, Daniel, was a student in 
the Free University of Berlin but 
is now attending school in this 
country. 

Dan Murphy is in charge of viola- 
tions of the Federal Trade Com- 



mission Act, handling a staff of 
40 lawyers in Washington. He is 
being considered for promotion as 
New England representative on 
the Federal Trade Commission. 
Sincere sympathy of the Class is 
extended to the family of William 
E. Daley who passed away at Clay- 
mont, Delaware, on February 1. 
R. I. P. 

1920 

J. ROBERT BRAWLEY 

33 Pomfret Street, W. Roxbury 32 

dear john 

i am sorry to hold you up by 
being late on these notes but after 
all hold-ups are in style right now 
and it has taken quite a time to 
check on all the forty thieves as 
to what they were doing at seven 
oclock in the evening on tuesday 
January seventeenth and we found 
out a couple of interesting things 
like leo aicardi being in miami on 
a sabbatical year and since we had 
received cards from him from paris 
manila london and rio de janero 
as well as the maritime provinces 
where he visited the old homestead 
last summer we were glad to know 
that he had finally landed back in 
the u s with us and could not have 
been involved and a letter from 
fred donaher eliminated him be- 
cause on that night he was at home 
in detroit with his family writing 
to us and listening to his daughter 
peggy who is a medical technolo- 
gist at providence hospital tell him 
her plans for a european trip next 
summer and naturally we couldnt 
suspect father william coneys the 
new pastor at squantum or father 
charles riley pastor of the new 
church at south carver and we 
know that father leo burke teaches 
at catholic university from eight 
to ten on tuesday nights in addi- 
tion to his other jobs at the oblate 
scholasticate in Washington but we 
really thought we had something 
when we found joe Joyce missing 
from his favorite haunts only to 
find him merely attending the food 
dealers -convention in atlantic city 
so all in all it looks as though our 
joe gavin can report to the com- 
missioner that no check need be 
made on the serial numbers of any 
contributions to the alumni fund 
from nineteen twenty 

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The sympathy of the class is ex- 
tended to our classmate, Dr. Paul 
N. A. Rooney on the death of his 
beloved wife, Ann. May she rest 
in peace. 

i thank you 

bob brawley 

1921 

GORDON F. IRONS 

9 Emmonsdale Road. West 

Roxbury 32, Mass. 

Rev. William E. Culhane has been 

appointed Parish Priest of the new 

Blessed Sacrament Parish, Saugus. 

For the present he is residing at 

St. Margaret's, Saugus. 

Mark Russo is in charge of the 

Communion breakkfast this year 

and will soon announce the date. 

Seen doing the square dance at 
the Varsity Club Night in Novem- 
ber were Tom Dee, Henry Mclner- 
ney and Hugh O'Reagan. 
Leo Callanan has been transferred 
from Hankow, China, to Yoko- 
hama, Japan, as Consul General, 
the State Department announced 
recently. Leo has already served 
in Italy, Australia, the West Indies, 
India, Egypt, Spain, Portugal, 
South America, and Canada. 

Among those present at the Var- 
sity Club Banquet were Rev. John 
T. Powers, Vice-Chairman of the 
Sponsors Committee; Rev. James 
P. Donovan; Ed Gallagher; Hugh 
O'Reagan; Henry Mclnerney; Ed 
Foy; and Jerry Mahoney. 

The sympathy of the class is ex- 
tended to James A. Gookin, whose 
mother passed away November 27. 

1922 

NATHANIEL J. HASENFUS 

15 Kirk Street, West Roxbury 32 

Congratulations to our new pas- 
tors. Father William Conley is 
pastor of the Holy Name parish, 
Duxbury. Father Joseph Bracken 
is pastor of St. Rose's, Topsfield. 
Father Donald Whalen is pastor 
of St. Joachim's, Rockland. 

Our annual dinner took place on 
Ferbuary 14, too late to tell about 
in this issue. Arthur Mullin was 
chairman assisted by John White, 
John Norton, Daniel Hayes and 
Arthur Tierney. 

An article by Walter Markham 
was published in the January issue 
of the Vocational News. 

Seen at the Varsity Club dinner: 

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Charlie Collins, Father Jim Doyle, 
John White, John Norton, Al Hed- 
dermon, Father John Connors, 
Jack McKearin, Len Healey, Jim 
Reynolds, Ted Madden and your 
correspondent. 

The sympathy of the Class is 
extended to Chester Prior on the 
death of his father. 

1923 

FRANCIS L. FORD 

9 McKone Street, Dorchester 22 

For an off-year our annual 
"bread and a circus" banquet, held 
at the Hotel Vendome, Thursday, 
December 8, was a most successful 
and enjoyable affair. Close to 30 
members of the class put in an ap- 
pearance. President Ed Garrity 
called upon Dave Lucey, '40, Di- 
rector of Public Relations, B. C. to 
show the reels of the recent foot- 
ball game with Holy Cross. Father 
Patrick H. Collins, S. J., once again 
brought us up-to-date on the pro 
gress and activities at the Height. 
The loyal members, not already 
mentioned, who were present in- 
cluded Father Norbert Mclnnis, 
Tony Comerford, Bill Argy, Jim 
Daly, Joe Comber, Bev McGady, 
John Keyes, "Chick" O'Donnell, 
Matt Butler, Walter Mayo, "Gitch" 
Gormley, Louis Tracy, Joe Sween- 
ey, Dick Rockett, Dr. Len Morri- 
ssey, Frank Reynolds, Dr. Phil Mc- 
Govern, Asst.-Supt. of Boston 
Schools, Gerald Coughlin, Tom 
Eccles, Cece McGoldrick, Joe 
Crane, Gaynor Wellings, Walter 
Dimmock, Connie O'Connell, and 
your scriptor. 

The next step for the class will 
be Laetare Sunday, March 19 at 
the Heights. I think it was the 
intention of the class to continue 
the Father and Son Plan for the 
off-years; so make it a date and 
plan accordingly. However, liter- 
ature will be coming your way 
about this unusually enjoyable 
gathering. 

Al Bedard has been decorated by 
King Frederick IX of Denmark 
with the Knight Cross of the Order 
of Dannebrog. The presentation 
was made on December 7 in the 
office of the Danish Consul Gen- 
eral, New York. Al received the 
honor in recognition of his services 
for many years as counsel for the 



Danish Consulate General. In 194o 

he received the Danish Medal of 

Liberation. 

Rev. Francis A. Barry is Diocesan 

Director of Vocations, whose office 

is at 185 Devonshire Street, Bos- J 

ton. 

1924 

ANTHONY E. LeBLANC 

45 Maynard Street, Arlington 74,. ' 

"Jim" Grady, who is an attache 
at the Embassy of the United 
States in Buenos Aires spent a 
few weeks in Boston early this 
year. Jim is married, has two chil- I 
dren, Karin, age 6 and John, age 
8. He had hoped to make the 25th 
anniversary, but was unable to > 
take his vacation till December. 
The Class is well represented in i 
the Cambridge School Department : | 
with Ed Murphy in charge of the 
Guidance Clinic at Cambridge High 
& Latin School. Tommy Murphy 
is coach of Basketball at Rindge 
Tech where he has had several N. . 
E. Championship teams. John i 
Healey is in the Mathematics De- 
partment in the same school. 
The Annual Communion Breakfast 
will be held on Low Sunday, April 
16th, with Mass at 9:30 A. M. at 
the Chapel in St. Mary's Hall. More 
about this later by way of personal 
letter, but keep that date and time 
open. 

John Holbrow has been re-elected 
to the National Council of the Boy 
Scouts of America. Always did 
think John was a "good scout". 
The Class offers condolences to 
Roger Saldarini whose mother died 
on Jan. 17, 1950 and to the family 
of Rev. "Dick" Burke who died 
Jan. 24, 1950. May they rest in 
peace. 

Rev. Francis J. Horgan is chaplain 
at the V. A. Hospital, Fort Custer, 
Michigan. 

Rev. Earl T. Lyons has been trans- 
ferred from Roxbury to St. Mary, 
Star of The Sea, East Boston. 
John T. Maloney is teaching at the 
Central School, Readsboro, Mass. 
1925 

WILLIAM ARTHUR REILLY 
14 Arborway, Jamaica Plain 30 
Father Arthur Riley, formerly 
stationed at St. Peter's, Plymouth, 
has been selected to write a history 
of the Knights of Columbus. The 



BOSTON COLLEGE 






Supreme Council commissioned Fa- 
ther Riley, with the consent of 
Archbishop Cushing, after consid- 
ering a number of competent his- 
torians available for the task. 
Father William Sherry, is in charge 
of the new Saint Francis of Assisi 
Refuge, on Albany Street, by ap- 
pointment of His Excellency the 
Archbishop. 

Reviewing Hockey "Greats" of B.C. 
Coach Kelley, rated Songin and our 
"Sonny" Foley the top players of 
all time, and gave honorable men- 
tion to Messrs Culhane and Fitz- 
gerald. 

Congratulations to Joe Melley, 
elected Mayor of Chelsea, in No- 
vember. 

The sympathy of the Class is ex- 
tended to Billy Marr upon the death 
of his father in October 1949. 
Tom Manning has recovered from 
a fractured ankle .suffered while at 
work in the Patent Room of the 
Central Public Library. Mike Rock 
is reported as in charge of the Vet- 
erans Administration Bureau, in 
Burlington, Vermont. 
Under the able leadership and in- 
itiative of Al Hyland, the Class 
Committee for our 25th reunion has 
started to roll. Two committee 
meetings have been held and a 
meeting of the entire class has been 
scheduled for February. 
In advance of the June reunion 
Ralph and Mrs. Good, entertained 
some of the teacher members of 
the class and their wives at their 
home in West Roxbury, January 
27th. Among those attending and 
enjoying the most bountiful hos- 
pitality extended, were; Messrs. 
Hyland, O'Leary, Ed. McGrath, 
Jack Lyons, Leavey, Bond, Hennes- 
sey, Keane, John O'Keefe, (Poet 
Laureate), Carroll, Welch, Kozlow- 
ski, McCrehan, Giroux, Brickley, 
Clark, Patten and Reilly. 
Announcement of the resignation 
of Dr. George Donovan from the 
Presidency of Webster College, 
Missouri, to accept a position in 
the State Department of the U. 
S. A., was issued to the national 
press in January. Dr. Donovan is 
at present in Germany serving un- 
der High Commissioner McCloy, 
as Civilian Director of Education 
and Cultural Relations. His career 



at Webster College was marked by 

a most progressive and successful 

administration. 

Gerry Hayes was elected assistant 

cashier of the National Shawmut 

Bank last month. 

1926 

WILLIAM J. CUNNINGHAM 

40 Tennyson Street, West Roxbury 

Our annual class dinner was held 
at the Engineers Club, Boston, too 
late to be reported in detail in this 
issue. 

All the Class regrets the death of 
Dr. Henry Groden's little boy, Hen- 
ry Jr., on December the 18. 
At the hockey game with Harvard 
I met Henry Barry and daughter 
Lorraine with his pals, Leo O'Hearn 
and John Dorsey. Tom Cavanaugh 
was there, too. I understand Leo 
is president of Palm Beach Stores, 
Inc., a group of high class stores. 
Down at the Brown hockey game 
I met Dr. Art Gorman and Charlie 
O'Malley. 

Al Keenan is salesmanager of De- 
voe & Reynolds Paint Company. 
Art Doyle is working out of the 
Brockton office of the Bureau of 
Internal Revenue. Jim Hickey is in 
the Springfield office of the same 
outfit. He and his wife are opera- 
ting a successful rest home in 
Williamstown. 

During the winter Dr. Eddie Flynn 
spoke before the Highland Club in 
West Roxbury. 

Father Walter Bruce McCracken 
has made thousand of friends for 
the missions through his Father 
Jim Hennessey Mission Club for 
Men. I heard he has overworked 
himself in his zealousness. Just 
learned he is now a curate at St. 
Angela's, Mattapan. 
Dave Lawlor's photography studio 
is at 192 Boylston Street, Boston. 
Stanley Howard was married in 
November to Margaret Reardon of 
Cambridge. Father Bob Hurley per- 
formed the ceremony. 
1927 

FRANCIS X. SULLIVAN 
51 Presentation Road, Brighton 35 

Henry Deary and John Donovan 
renewed their old hunting compan- 
ionship after twenty years and went 
"cooting" off Black Rock, Cohasset 
on October 12, the traditional "coot- 
ing" day. 



Frank Malone died of a heart ail- 
ment on December 17. The con- 
dolences of the Class are extended 
to his brother,Sam. Frank had been 
a teacher of foreign languages for 
many years at Hamilton High 
School. R. I. P. 

Our annual dinner was held at the 
Hotel Puritan on December 29. 
Our guests were Father Harney 
and Father Joe Lyons, National 
Chaplain of the Cee Bees of Amer- 
ica. 

Classmates present were Fathers 
Joe Quane and Joe McCall, Drs. 
Tim Lyons and John Carroll, Joe 
McKenney, Tom Murphy, Marty 
Davis, Charlie Hayden, Dan O'Con- 
nell, Jim Cotter, "Tubber" Cronin, 
Joe Hopkinson, Joe Linehan, John 
Donovan, Norris Luddy, Fred Har- 
kins, Tom O'Keefe, Bill Marnell, 
Henry Deary and Jim Connors. 
Also Joe Ingoldsby, Frank Kelley, 
Walter Waldron, Howard Buckley! 
John Cavanaugh, Dave Sullivan, 
Vin O'Connell, John Sullivan Cre- 
vere, Henry Farley, John Eaton, 
Jack Buckley, Dan O'Leary, John 
Toomey and F. X. Sullivan. 
When last heard from Chaplain 
Jimmy Normile was with the Army 
in Japan. Lt. Colonel Leo Keefe is 
back from Trieste and is located 
at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds, 
Maryland. 

Henry Farley now boasts of two 
grandchildren — the first grand- 
father of the Class. 
Jack Buckley has 7 children, Joe 
McKenney 7, Dan O'Leary 6, Tim 
Lyons 6, Walter Waldron 4, Jim 
Cotter 4, and absentee Fred Mc- 
Dermott 4. Fred was attending a 
law convention in St. Louis. The 
Class average is three children 
each. 

Dr. John Foley is located at the 
Mass. Home for Crippled Children, 
Canton. Joe Linehan is with the 
Reconstruction Finance Corpora- 
tion. 
1928 

LLOYD L. DOYLE 
279 Bowdoin Street, Dorchester 22 
Congratulations to Fred McMen- 
imen on his appointment by Gov- 
ernor Dever as judge of the Mid- 
dlesex Probate Court; Congratula- 
tions also to Dan Driscoll appointed 
as chairman of the Board of Asses- 



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sors, City of Boston. Also to John 
McGillivray appointed Boston's 
Commissioner of Institutions. Lots 
of congratulations this issue. Char- 
lie Driscoll has been elected assis- 
tant cashier of the Middlesex Coun- 
ty National Bank. Dick Condon 
was offered a key position at Bos- 
ton City Hall tout refused, quite 
happy to remain executive director 
of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. 
Our 22nd Annual Class reunion 
was held January 21 at the Hotel 
Vendome with 66 Classmates pre- 
sent. Guests included Rev. Martin 
J. Harney, S. J., and George P. 
Donaldson, '29, Director of Voca- 
tional Guidance at the College. 
Chairman Mai McCloud presented 
the above mentioned classmates as 
well as John "Snooks" Kelley, Hoc- 
key Coach, and Ed Healey, Presi- 
dent of Milkmen's Union, A.F.L. 
Around the tables were Joe Mc- 
Carthy, Registrar and Placement 
Director, B. C. Law School; Coach 
Tom O'Brien, Athol High; Connie 
O'Donnell, reporter, Credit Bureau, 
Lowell Chamber of Commerce; 
Charlie Lynch, Assistant, Admin- 
istrative Research Bureau, Boston; 
Pat Tompkins, the Commissioner; 
Joe Fitzgerald, Coach, Reading 
High; John Crane, plumbing con- 
tractor, Cambridge; Ed Conley, 
housing expeditor for the Govern- 
ment and married in October to 
Mary Harrington of New Bedford; 
Tim Cronin, U. S. Deputy Direc- 
tor, Treasury Department; John 
Henry Morris, Special Counsel to 
Governor Dever; Roy Tribble, with 
Transit Advertisers; John Halligan 
Office Manager, N. E. Casket Co., 
Inc.; John Morrill, Manager Har- 
vard Bazaar. 

Also AI Giroux, Ed. O'Brien, Mau- 
rice Downey, Arthur Tuohy, Frank 
Murphy, Paul McCarty, Bernard 
McCabe, Warren Fitzgerald, Chaun- 
cy Mullen, John O'Laughlin, Ed 
Monahan, Arthur Downey and Dr. 
George Allen. 

Also Bill Green, Dr. Art Spinney, 
Jack Barry, Dr. George Lyons, 
Frank Herlihy, Ken Richards, 
George Corcoran, Frank Phelan, 
John "Terry" Martin, Bill Harring- 
ton, John Gartland and Bill Di- 
Marzio. 
Then there were Dr. Fred Camp- 



bell, Jack Doherty, Murray Page, 
Walter Breen, Matt Gallahue, Joe 
Sheehan, Owen Dooley, Mike Gil- 
arde, James Keith, John Shea, Pete 
Carey and Bill Cashman. 
From out of town came George Le- 
vangie, City Bank of New York 
Tony Russo, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Dr. Joe McCarthy, Concord, N. H. 
John Burke, Principal, Bristol High 
School and Anthony Martin, Coach, 
Bristol, Rhode Island. 
You will be notified later about a 
Communion Breakfast in April. 
1929 

JOHN J. SPENCER 
527 Broadway, So. Boston 27 
Bill Ryan is in the legal department 
of the Metropolitan Transit Au- 
thority. 

Jerry Mahoney has been selected 
as Secretary of the Varsity Club. 
Gene McLaughlin keeps active as 
a teacher at Latin School, real es- 
tate man and general insurance 
agent. To say nothing of a fourth 
job, presiding over a family of four. 
The Class was well represented at 
the Varsity Club dinner honoring 
the '49 football squad. Present 
were John and Bernie Kilroy, line 
mainstays of the great '28 squad, 
who are both teaching in the Bos- 
ton School system; Gene McLaugh- 
lin, Jerry Mahoney, George Don- 
aldson, Dr. T. Leo O'Connell, the 
Providence specialist, and your cor- 
respondent. Class President Paul 
Markey was a sponsor, Al Weston, 
the all-time football great, was on 
the trophy committee and Father 
Frank Harkins served on the pro- 
gram committee. 

The sympathy of the class is ex- 
tended to Attorney Henry M. Leen, 
who lost his mother, and to Robert 
Smith, of Norwood, whose wife 
passed away recently. May they 
Rest in Peace. 

John Donahue has been elected 
president of the Somerville Cham- 
ber of Commerce. His brother Leo 
was appointed to the Massachu- 
setts Board of Education by Gov- 
ernor Dever in December. 
Jim Alphen is one of the new as- 
sessors for the City of Boston. 
1930 

JOHN F. DWYER 
34 Garrison Road, Brookline 46 
Father Herb Phinney is now sta- 



tioned at St. Mary of the Angels 
Church, Roxbury. 
Father Joseph Canty is back in 
Taunton after serving in the Navy. 
Father John Daly is at Catholic 
University. 

Col. Joseph Gill, U.S.A.F., has been 
assigned to the Pentagon, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Condolences are extended to Dr. 
Bill Sullivan whose mother died in 
January. 

Joe Whitehead and Miss Claire 
Greene of West Yarmouth, former- 
ly of Hyde Park, are engaged. Joe 
is with the Federal Housing Ad- 
ministration in Taunton. 
Simon Connor is in the insurance 
agency business in Somerville. At- 
torney Jim Reagan, living in Bel- 
mont, has offices at Harvard 
Square, Cambridge. 
Tom Walsh of Wakefield is man- 
ager, General Agency Division, un- 
derwriting department, John Han- 
cock Life Insurance Company, 
Clarendon Street, Boston. 
Paul Mahony and his wife were in 
town for the Holy Cross game. 
Seen at the Varsity Club dinner: 
John Connelly, John Convery, John 
Groden, Pat Creeden, John Hurley, 
John Grandfield, John Haverty, 
Charlie Murphy, Jim Carolan, 
Tom Kelly, Jack Hayes and yours 
truly. 

Larry Carew, now living in Milton, 
is assistant to the manager, Gen- 
eral Seafoods Corporation at Com- 
monwealth Pier. 

About 35 Classmates attended the 
1930 Sports Night in December at 
Alumni quarters. Chairman Charlie 
Murphy introduced Mike Holovak 
who showed the movies of the 
Clemson game. Leon O'Brien and 
Joe Welch came down from Lowell; 
Nick Wells from Lynn; Jerry Mc- 
Carthy from Brockton. 

1931 

HENRY M. LEAN 

7 Winn Street, Woburn 

Albert Thibeault is now at Laval 
University, Quebec. 
Rev. Thomas Manning, 0. M. I., is 
an instructor in the Department of 
Religious Education and lecturer 
in the Department of Sociology at 
Catholic University. 
Rev. Edward T. O'Connell has been 



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BOSTON COLLEGE 



appointed assistant diocesan direc- 
tor of the Boston Catholic Char- 
itable Bureau. 
1932 

JOHN P. CONNOR 
28 Dickinson Road, Brighton 35 

Bill Meade has been appointed 
probation officer in the Charles- 
town Municipal Court. 
Rev. Joseph P. Monahan was ap- 
pointed last month Director of the 
Propagation of Faith. 
Classmates seen at the Varsity 
Club dinner were : Joe Wilson, Fran 
Curtin, Ed Hurley, Jim Heggie and 
Harry Downes. 

Bob Barry recently purchased a 
house in Newton, across from New- 
ton High School. 

Al Ricci's wife has presented him 
with another son. That makes four 
boys and four girls for the Riccis. 
Benny Cone is in the U. S. Bureau 
of Labor and Statistics. 
Fr. Joe Connors, S. J., is back at 
the College teaching history. Fr. 
Frank Lawlor, S. J., is now in Rome 
at the Gregorian Institute. 
Al O'Shea is assistant regional di- 
rector of R. F. C. in Boston. 

1933 

JOHN P. HANRAHAN 

2 Hill Street, Lexington 

The annual Class Memorial Mass 
was held at the College on Sun- 
day, Dec. 11. The brethren on 
hand for the Mass, celebrated by 
Fr. Charlie Donovan, S.J., and for 
the masterly talk by Fr. Leo Reilly, 
S.J. were: Neil Sullivan, John 
Moran, Fr. Charlie Donovan, S.J., 
Tom Jones, Ray Callen, Bob 
Grandfield, "Bucky" Warren, 
Charlie O'Brien, Jim McGowan, 
Tim Sullivan, Jim Connolly, Wal- 
ter Murray, Fr. Wilfred Bouvier, 
S.J., Leo Flynn, John Mackin, 
Denny Ryan, John Sullivan, John 
Brougham, Bill Baker, Frank 
Walsh, Charlie Quinn, Bill Ryan 
and Frank Maguire. 
Seen at the Varsity Club Dinner: 
Denny Ryan, Bill Ryan, Charlie 
O'Brien, John Brennan serving as 
Chairman of Sponsors, Matt O'Mal- 
ley, Ray Callen, Bill Hogan, Jim 
Connolly, "Bucky" Warren, and 
Maurice Whalen. 

John Carr is organist and choir 
master at the Sacred Heart church 
in Maiden. 

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Matt O'Malley is Director of Rec- 
reation for the Youth Service 
Board. 

John Brougham, recently became 
a member of the landed gentry on 
Nantucket — says he welcomes vis- 
itors if same come equipped with 
hammer and paint-brush. 
Cliff Good is Assistant Principal 
of Marlboro High School. 
Dennis Ryan was elected to the 
Quincy School Committee in No- 
vember. 

Dr. Frank Walsh has opened an 
office at 1826 Centre St., West Rox- 
bury, 

Francis Maguire 's "Journey With 
Music", a collection of his poems, 
was published in December by the 
Monastine Press, Richmond Hill, 
N. Y. It has been receiving very 
complimentary reviews by the 
critics. 

John Cahill was married in Octo- 
ber to Mary Kenney (Emmanuel) 
of Roxbury. He is a supervisor 
in the adoption division of the 
State Public Welfare Department. 
The Class Committee plans to 
hold the Class dinner in April or 
May this year to avoid the usual 
blizzard that has marked past get- 
togethers. 

Committee assignments for 1950 
are: Charlie O'Brien, Chairman; 
John Curley, Secretary; Jim Con- 
nolly, Fund Agent; Ray Callen, 
Program, and your scribe, Treasu- 
rer. 

1934 

DANIEL I. CRONIN 

3 Laird Road, West Medford 55 

Jerry Slamin had a most success- 
ful season (won 8, lost 0) in his 
first year as Head Football Coach 
at Natick High School. 
Joe O'Connell has just completed 
his first term as Commander of 
the Vigan Out-post, National So- 
ciety of the Army of the Philip- 
pines. Joe has also 'been an active 
participant in the Radio Round 
Table conducted by the Boston Bar 
Association. 

Owen Clark has just been appoint- 
ed a Deputy Collector in the State 
Income Tax Division. 

Class Treasurer, Bill Ray, recently 
welcomed his third child, a daugh- 
ter. Bill resides in Brighton and 
has been active in collecting class 



contributions to the Alumni Fund. 
Ed Kelley resigned his position as 
Executive Director of the Lawrence 
Office of the American Red Cross 
and is now with the Youth Service 
Board. 

We understand that John McCarthy 
has purchased a new home in Ja- 
maica Plain. John is very active in 
Knights of Columbus circles and is 
a member of the Alhambra Council. 
Bob Glennon has moved into his 
new home at 110 Standish Road, 
Watei-town. He also has a new of- 
fice address, Barristers Hall, 25 
Pemberton Square, Boston. 
Ed Halligan, who is an Army Ma- 
jor stationed at Fort Amador, Can- 
al Zone, recently announced the ar- 
rival of his first child, Jane Brad- 
ley Halligan. 

Father Bill Noonan has been trans- 
ferred from All Saints' Parish in 
Roxbury to St. James' Parish, 
Medford. 

Dr. John Barry is an Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat Specialist in Law- 
rence and also a school physician 
in that city. 

Ray Brown has transferred from 
the Boston office to the Cambridge 
office of the John Hancock Life In- 
surance Company. 
Tim Donahue has given up his 
teaching duties at Boston College 
Law School to devote full time to 
his law practice. He is with the 
firm of Hannon & Tracy, 31 Milk 
Street. 

Joseph Loiko was appointed in Oc- 
tober superintendent of the Jew- 
ett City, Conn., Schools. 
Thomas Sullivan is engaged to 
Marie Cullen of Dedham. 
1935 

WILLIAM J. FITZSIMONS 
40 Court St., Boston 8 

Joe i De Yeso was recently elec- 
ted Assistant Director of Math- 
ematics in the Everett School De- 
partment. 

The Class wishes to extend its 
sympathy to George Flavin whose 
father died last November. George 
and his family have returned from 
California and are residing in Quin- 
cy. 

Dr. Harold M. Groden has opened 
an office at 1751 Massachusetts 
Avenue, Cambridge. 
If you have occasion to call at 370 

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Common Street, Belmont, Massa- 
chusetts, in the future and ask if 
the Doctor is in, considerable con- 
fusion might well result for Dr. 
John W. Hueber and Dr. Mary Jane 
Foley were united in marriage at 
a Nuptial Mass on June 4th at 
Clarksburg, West Virginia and are 
residing at that address. For mor- 
al support, John selected Paul 
Dugan to accompany him on the 
trip to West Virginia and serve 
as his Best Man. 

Dr. Paul D. H'.ir.'ay's office is now 
located in the Pre fessional Building 
at 270 Commonwealth Avenue, 
Boston, Mass. 

Dr. Jim McDonough has opened an 
office in Arlington Center in addi- 
tion to the one that he maintains 
in the Professional Building in 
Winchester. Dr. McDonough spe- 
cializes in the practice of obstetrics 
and gynecology. 

Tom McTiernan was recently elec- 
ted to the School Board in Gales 
Ferry, Connecticut, where he is re- 
siding with his wife and daughter 
(born in November 1948). Tom is 
on the teaching staff at the Acad- 
emy in Norwich, Connecticut. 
Dr. Richard C. Maloney is busily 
engaged in the practice of dentis- 
try with offices at 39 Bay State 
Road, Boston. Dick resides in the 
Mission Hill section with his wife 
and two children. 
Many thanks to Jim Mullen and 
Paul Dugan for forwarding some 
of the above information relative 
to members of the Class. 
Bob Quinn has a new position as 
Registrar at the New York Military 
Academy at Cornwall-on-the-Hud- 
son, New York. 

Norfolk Virginia, has added an- 
other family to its roll. "Pat" (Ed- 
ward J.) Riley and his family are 
residing at 512 Middleton Street, 
Norfolk 6, Virginia. 
"Hubie" Ward, the old salt from 
Nahant, has forsaken the broad ex- 
panse of the ocean for the quiet 
life of a gentleman farmer. Hubie, 
his wife and their son and daugh- 
ter are now making their home at 
"High Ridge Farm" in Blandford, 
Massachusetts. Incidentally, Hubie 
is Principal of a school in Hunting- 
ton, Mass. 



1936 

JOSEPH P. KEATING 

18 Reynolds Avenue, Natick 

All classmates are asked to re- 
member in their prayers Paul Cur- 
ran who died in November. Our 
deepest sympathy is extended to 
his family. 

Congratulations to Phil Tracy, elec- 
ted to the Boston City Council, and 
to Tom Mahoney, re-elected to the 
Cambridge School Committee. Tom 
travelled all over Europe last sum- 
mer. 

George Coogan has been appointed 
a fire commissioner in Everett. 
Father Jim Keating, teaching at 
St. Sebastian's, addressed the Na- 
tick Catholic Women's Club in De- 
cember. He sees Father "Amby" 
Flynn occasionally. Father Robert 
O'Brien is stationed at All Saints 
Church, Roxbury. 

"Tip" O'Neill, speaker of the House 
has been appointed chairman of 
the Mass. Turnpike Commission, 
created to study a proposed toll 
highway from Connecticut to New 
Hampshire. "Maury" Fitzgerald is 
serving his second term as repre- 
sentative in the House from Mil- 
ford. Another Milford boy, John 
Roche, has been out on the West 
Coast since graduation. He lives 
in Alameda, California, and owns 
and operates a paint manufactur- 
ing plant in Los Angeles. 
Attorney Chris Iannella is the par- 
ent of a daughter born a few 
months ago. "Jocko" Killion's 4th 
child was born last Fall. He has 
two girls and two boys. "Jocko" 
is in the insurance business. His 
brother Tom has two children. 
Tim Ready operates the Dehydra- 
ting Process Company (fish pro- 
ducts). The company has plants 
along the Coast up to Newfound- 
land. 

Dr. Bill Ryan is on the visiting 
staff at Boston City Hospital. Dr. 
John Paget is practising neurolo- 
gical surgery in Bridgeport, living 
in Easton, Ct. He has been appoint- 
ed assistant surgeon in neurosur- 
gery at the Bridgeport City Hos- 
pital. 

Frank Hart sells for J. G. Kaufman 
(household electrical appliances), 
20 Province St., Boston. Sid Dunn 
is attorney for the Volunteer Co- 



operative Bank, Boston. Jim O'Don- 
nell is with the Stenotype Insti- 
tute of Boston in the Little Buil- - 1 
ding. 

Ted Galligan had a successful year 
as football coach for Rindge Tech 
in Cambridge. John "Red" Broder- 
ick is teaching at B. C. High. 
Ed Gorman is a VA supervisor 
working out of Washington. Bill 
Collins is working in Detroit. Tom 
Sherman and Jim O'Hearn are with 
the FBI in Philadelphia. 
Ed Fitzmaurice is now living in 
Scituate. 

1937 

EDWARD J. PHILLIPS, JR. 

7 Dickinson Road, Brighton 35 

Condolences of the Class are ex- 
tended to the family of John Mor- 
iarty who died in November. Con- 
dolences are also extended to John 
Conlon on the recent death of his 
father. 

Dan Sullivan was married in No- 
vember to Mary Casey of Wollas- 
ton. Dan is a student at Tufts 
Dental. 

Jim Doherty was married in No- 
vember to Sheila Dalton of Law- 
rence. Eric Stenholm was married 
in June and is now living at 9 
Corey Road, Brookline. 
Christmas greetings were received 
from Tallahassee, Florida from Dr. 
Paul Coughlin, Mrs. Coughlin and 
their five children. Greetings also 
came from Ed Hart of Auburn, 
N. Y. 

Anthony Cataldo has been appoint- 
ed to the staff of Boston's city 
greeter by Mayor Hynes. 
Paul Rooney has become very ac- 
tive in K. of C. circles. Andy Dom- 
inick coaches at Central High 
School, Manchester and is director 
of a boy's camp in the summer. 
George Curtin has purchased a 
new home at 161 Claflin Street, 
Belmont. 

Steve Witham and Dick Kelly have 
been transferred to New York by 
Lever Brothers. 

Jack Coughlan has been promoted 
to equipment schedule engineer in 
the Telephone Company. 

1938 

THOMAS F. TRUE, JR. 

65 North Avenue, West Roxbury 32 

Chairman John Mannix, assisted 

by Jerry Jones, Jim Condon and 






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Jim Casey put on a successful 
Class Smoker last Fall. In the 
raffle Dr. Joe Boyle won a pair of 
tickets to the Cross game and 
Jack Dargin won a shaving set. 
President Tim O'Connor has ar- 
ranged a monthly Class luncheon 
at Thompson's Spa in the upstairs 
dining room. The first one was held 
on Tuesday, February 7. Father 
John McManmon spoke on the 
Archdiocesan Marriage Court of 
which he is a member. The next 
luncheon will be at 12:30, Tuesday, 
March 7. No tickets required. 
Meals a la carte. All invited. 
Chairman Paul Mulkern has ar- 
ranged for our Communion Break- 
fast on Sunday, February 26. Mass 
will be in St. Mary's Chapel at 
9:30, Rev. Daniel O'Connor, S. J., 
celebrant. Breakfast afterwards 
at the Hotel Beaconsfield. The 
principal speaker will be Mr. Ed- 
ward F. Mullen, chairman of the 
Boston Finance Commission. 
Paul Kelly and Joan Duffy of 
Brooklyn were married last month. 
They are living in New York. 
Paul Schultz, having recovered 
from a recent operation, is back 
at his desk with the Traveler's In- 
surance Company. 
John Broadhurst is an attorney for 
the Liberty Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany. 

Jim Dailey's Newman Prep has 
moved to Commonwealth Ave- 
nue where they have purchased 
their own building. 

1939 

JOHN F. X. GAQUIN 
199 Washington Street, Boston 
Attorney Simeon LeGendre is a 

professor of Business Law and 
Political Science at Merrimack 
College. 

William McCormack was appointed 
in November principal of the Lin- 
coln Junior High School in Med- 
ford. Andy Lentine is coach of 
freshman basketball at Medford 
High. 

Nicholas Harris and Evinike Vlam- 
is of Haverhill were married in Oc- 
tober. 

Dr. Philip Quinn is a psychiatrist 
at a new child guidance clinic at 
the Carney Hospital, South Bos- 
ton. Dr. John Hunter has opened 

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an office in Fitchburg. Dr. Saul 
Davis has been appointed city phy- 
sician for Brockton. Dr. John Ryan 
is a pediatrician in Sudbury. 
Vin Cahalane is associated with the 
Home Life Insurance Company. 
His specialty is planned estates. 
Frank Cuddy's law office is at 18 
Tremont Street, Boston. Arthur 
Cameron is with Boston's Building 
Department. Will Holland is with 
Peterson and Neville, Inc., (heavy 
sheet metal design and construc- 
tion). Jerry Murphy is with the 
Stilphen Motor Company, Columbia 
Road, Dorchester. 
Paul Needham's first daughter, 
Nancy Catherine, was born in Sep- 
tember. He has two sons. Larry 
Burkard's second daughter, Alicia 
Ann, was born last August. His 
other child, Joan, is six years old. 

1940 

WILLIAM F. JOY 

1 Court Street, Boston 8 

Vin Nasca and Helen Collins 
were married in San Francisco in 
September. 

Attorney Angelo Fiumara is now 

living in Medford. He has spe- 
cialized in labor relations. 
Jim Mahoney is a consultant in 
marketing for McKinsey & Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Rev. Allan Roche was transferred 
last month from Marlboro to the 
Sacred Heart Church, Medford. 
Joe Joseph and Helen Thomas of 
Quincy were married in January. 
Joe Shannon (Medford) is now in 
his fourth year at California Den- 
tal. He is the father of two child- 
ren, Kathleen 2 yrs. and Tommy 4 
months. His address is 1724 Sun- 
nydale Avenue, San Francisco, 
California. 

Major Gerry Russell is now sta- 
tioned at the University of Okla- 
homa as a professor of Military 
Science. 

Ernie Schwotzer is located at the 
F.B.I, office in Boston. 
Dr. Bob Tilley is now located at 
1180 Beacon Street, specializing in 
Dermatology. Bob, after gradu- 
ating from Tufts Medical, did grad- 
uate work at the University of 
Virginia where he was made a 
member of the Sigma Si Society, 
an honor for research achievement. 
He has also received an appoint- 



ment at the Mass. General. 

Frank Hassey is associated with 

the State Mutual Life Insurance 

Co. 

Dave Lucey was recently elected 

to the Board of Selectmen in Sau- 

gus. 

1941 

RICHARD B. DALEY 

120 Foster Terrace, Brighton 35 

Jack Callahan has resigned from 
the F.B.I, and is now General 
Manager of Fred Miller Chevro- 
let, Inc., 15 Harvard Street, Brook- 
line. 

Bill Everett was married in Octo- 
ber to Catherine Lavell of Welles- 
ley Hills. Attorney John Mulve- 
hill and Barbara Bouchard of Nor- 
wood were married in October. 
William Apps and Alice Hayden of 
Lee were married in November. 
Gene Goodreault got married in 
October. 

Dr. Francis Coughlin and Mary 
McNally (Regis) of Waltham are 
engaged. 

Major John Corbett, USMC, is liv- 
ing in Peabody. 

Francis J. O'Brien is working for 
the Metropolitan Coal Company. 
Dan Doyle has his own farm in 
Brooks, Maine, near Belfast. 
Bill Fitzgerald is general manager 
of the Hoffman Machinery Com- 
pany, Washington, D. C. 
Frank Ryan is still in the Army, 
stationed at Hamilton Field, Cali- 
fornia. 

Dr. Michael Salomone is a resident 
in pediatrics at St. Clare's Hospi- 
tal, New York. 

Frank Galvani and Madeline Bruno 
of Mansfield were married in De- 
cember. He is the football coach 
at Framingham High School. 
Capt. Edward Sawyer spent the 
Christmas holidays with his wife 
and two daughters, Dianne and 
Elaine, in Brockton. Eddie has 
been attending technical supply 
school in Denver, Colorado. 
Herb Arnold was married on No- 
vember 11th to the former Rose 
Downes of Winchester. Herb is 
a recent graduate of the Law 
School. Fr. John Kinchla is now 
in charge of basketball in Norfolk 
Deanery. We are sorry to hear 
that the mother of Fr. James Ra- 
dochia passed away in December. 

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1942 

PAUL J. MAGUIRE 
20 Silloway Street, Dorchester 
Dr. Tom Hinchey is at the Barnes 

Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. 
Joe Sherry reports he has two boys 
and a girl. He saw Ted Williams 
a couple of months ago. Ted has 
two girls and a boy. He's working 
for the Empire Fish Company, 
Gloucester. 

Paul Coleman has been appointed 
executive secretary of the N. H. 
Catholic Charities, Inc. in Man- 
chester. 

Rev. Bernard Garrity, M.M., has 
been stationed in Bolivia since his 
ordination in 1947. 
Ted Mulvehill is in the New York 
sales office of Marshall Field. He 
has been at the North Carolina 
Rayon plant learning the manu- 
facturing process. 
Ed McDonald has been appointed 
district supervisor of the Bureau 
of the Census for the 11th Congres- 
sional District. 

Gerald Donovan was married in 
November to Eleanor Fleming. 
They are living in Washington, D. 
C. 

Tom Lane's daughter was born in 
September. John Lane also has 
a baby girl born last April. Adolph 
Kissell is in the father class with 
a son born in November. 
Your correspondent is a salesman 
for Kane Chevrolet in Dorchester. 
1943 

THOMAS F. MEAGHER, JR. 
81 Strathmore Road, Brookline 46 
Bill Tibbetts is office manager 
for the Snider Fuel Corporation, 
Charlestown. 

Dr. Ed Sullivan is a resident in 
Pathology at the Beverly Hospital 
and is engaged to Mary Anne 
Holmes of Providence. He reports 
that Dr. Jack Manning (father of 
a baby boy) is a resident physician, 
Union Hospital, Fall River; Dr. Al 
Jansen is practising in Norwood; 
Dr. Al Donovan, "expert on dis- 
eases of the liver", is a resident 
physician at the Boston City Hos- 
pital. 

Dr. Martin Lydon, optometrist, has 
an office at 506 Washington Street, 
Norwood. 

Attorney John Joyce and Ann Ma- 
guire (Regis) of Dorchester were 
married in December. Joe S.ulli- 



van and Genevieve Bancroft of 
Lowell were married in November. 
Attorney John Corbett and Berna- 
dette O'Donnell of Watertown are 
engaged. Bob Cusick and Patricia 
Small (Regis) of Somerville are 
engaged. 

Captain (Doctor) Robert Nangle 
is a member of the Mass. National 
Guard. He's on the staff of the 
Carney Hospital, South Boston. 
Attorney Bob Donelan is engaged 
to Ardis Howe of Bronxville, N. Y. 
He has opened a law office in Great 
Barrington. 

Dan Healy has a son four months 
old. 

1944 

THOMAS E. PATTEN, JR. 

23 Wellesley Park, Dorchester 24 

An informal Class reunion was 
held December 6 at the Alumni 
Quarters. Best turnout for some 
time. 

Bob Farrell is employed by the 
Standard Oil Company of Ohio. He 
is living in Cleveland with his wife 
and two sons. 

Bill O'Connor is an associate ac- 
tuary while Ted Bernhardt is a 
life underwriter for the John Han- 
cock Insurance Company. 
Dr. Philip Wessling has been ap- 
pointed to surgical residence at 
the Veterans Hospital, Framing- 
ham. 

John Elliott is engaged to Miss 
Barbara Crowley of Brookline. 
Joseph Prendergast is engaged to 
Miss Shirley Dixon of Cohasset. 
He is employed by the Shultz Com- 
pany, North Scituate. John Mur- 
phy and Miss Marie Gaffney (Em- 
manuel) of Newtonville are engag- 
ed. 

Harold Roberts is N. E. service 
representative for the U. S. Rub- 
ber Company. 

Bob Bernard is an examiner for 
the Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion in Washington. Joe Gahvay 
is a research meteorologist with 
the Woods Hole Oceographic In- 
stitution. 

Si Faherty is in the dairy busi- 
ness in Quincy with his brother. 
The news is somewhat late but he 
has a daughter Margaret, 14 
months old. 

Pete Sarni is a group worker with 
the Community Fund. 



Tom Maloney has announced the 
birth of Judy Marie, born Septem- 
ber 23. 

1945-1 

JACOB A. SANTAMARIA 
248 Roslindale Ave., Roslindale 31 
Raymond H. Sullivan was elected 
to the School Committee of Lynn 
in November. 

Dr. Vincent Pattavina was married 
last month to O. Francis Patenaude 
(Pembroke) of Quincy. 
Rev. Roger A. McQ,uarrie, O.F.M., 
(Edward McQuarrie) was ordained 
to the priesthood in January at 
the Franciscan Monastery, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Father Walter Casey has been 
transferred from Lexington to St. 
Bridget's, Abington. 
Frank Landry is an agent for Re- 
serve Life Insurance in Toledo, 
Ohio. 

John Campbell is a practising at- 
torney at 41 Tremont Street, Bos- 
ton. 

John Nihan and Muriel McCabe of 
West Somerville are engaged. 

1945-11 

Dr. George E. Farrell, Jr., was 

married in January to Ruth Wha- 
len of South Boston. 
Father John Kenney has been 
transferred from Concord to St. 
Mary of the Assumption, Revere. 

1947 

JAMES F. KILEY 

71 Stanton Street, Dorchester 24 

John Dennehy and Paisley Sasso 
of West Newton were married in 
December. John is attending B. U. 
Law. 

Teresa Kiley of Randolph and Paul 
Sullivan are engaged. 
Tom Dee has been doing govern- 
ment work (Climatic Research) at 
Fort Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. 
He will be there until April. 
Fred Nedvins runs the Phone- 
Phacts Company, which provide? 
secretarial service. 
Charles Burns and Patricia Marie 
McCarthy of Lawrence are engag- 
ed and plan to be married in April. 
He is a member of the faculty of 
Conant High School, Jaffrey, N. H. 

1948 

NICHOLAS C. PALUMBO 
6 MacArthur Street, Somerville 45 
Francis Donelan and Nancie 



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Turner (Regis) of Belmont were 
married in November. They are 
living in New York. Jack L. Fitz- 
patrick was married to Josephine 
McCurdy of Jamaica Plain on last 
Thanksgiving Day. He is teaching 
in the Watertown school system. 
John Birtwell was married last 
June to Ann Reuter of Newton 
Center. He's a sales representa- 
tive for E. F. Drew Company 
(vegetable oils, soaps, and mar- 
garine). 

George Waters and Rita McMahon 
of Allston are engaged. Also en- 
gaged are Edward Coen and Vir- 
ginia Oates of Somerville. 
Francis Keeley works for the Na- 
tional Shawmut Bank of Boston. 
John H. Flynn, Jr. teaches at the 
Fessenden School in West Newton. 
Cornelius J. Scanlon teaches at the 
Abbey School in Connecticut. 
Walter Walsh is an underwriter 
for Liberty Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany. 

John C. Kelleher, Jr., is in business 
with his father running the Bev- 
erly Ice and Fuel Company. Alec 
DeVito is also in business with his 
father as funeral directors in Cam- 
bridge. 

Stanley Goldstone is at Tufts Den- 
tal. Milton Fingerman is a stud- 
ent and laboratory assistant at 
Northwestern University, Chicago. 
Robert Hearn is a sales represen- 
tative in the Boston office of the 
Burroughs Adding Machine Com- 
pany. 

Edward Jay works in the Boston 
P.O. He is married to Vivian 
Plourd and has a boy seven months 
old. 

Charles Mc&uerty, Jr., is a Bos- 
ton wool broker. 

1949 

PAUL McGILLICUDDY 

6 Silloway Street, Dorchester 

John Russell and Clara Gallin- 
aro of Somerville were married in 
November. Joseph Walsh and 
Eileen Hannagan of Lawrence were 
married in December. They are 
living in Louisville, Ky. Thomas 
Lavin and Julia Kennedy of Cam- 
bridge were also married in De- 
cember. He is attending B. U. 
Graduate School. Francis Roche 
was married to Barbara Sheltry 
of Quincy in December. He is at- 

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tending the Foreign Service School, 
Georgetown University. 

William Dawson and Joan Shel- 
don (Regis) of Watertown are en- 
gaged. Francis McDonald and 
Alice Smith of Oak Bluffs are en- 
gaged. 

Attorney Silvio Conte is prac- 
tising law in North Adams. He 
lives in Pittsfield with his wife and 
two children. 

Robert Wcolf has been elected 
president of the freshman class at 
B. U. Law. Bill Hennessey is at 
the B. C- Law School. 
John Birmingham has a son born 
in October. John is working in the 
Boston Public Library. 
Frederick Doyle is a salesman for 
J. H. Goddard & Company (invest- 
ments), Boston. 

Frank Colletta is living in Chicago. 
At Boston Teachers College are 
Bob Collins, Bill Kearns, John Mc- 
Gourty, Ed Kaunelis, Francis 
Murphy, John Drinan and Joe 
Travers. At the Graduate School 
is John J. Sullivan. At the School 
of Social Work is Bill Hogan. 
John Conway has started his own 
insurance business in Salem. Frank 
Gaw is with G. E. Credit Corpora- 
tion. Bob Curran is the N. E. rep- 
resentative for a large New York 
pharmaceutical company. 
Joe Greene has entered a seminary 
in New Mexico. 

John Brosnahan goes South soon 
with the Dodgers. 
Bob Burns is the N. E. Represen- 
tative for H. Childs and Company, 
Pittsburgh (wholesale shoes). 

BUSINESS SCHOOL 

1942 

FREDERICK M. SLINEY 

178 Waverly Street, Belmont 78 

Our annual dinner was held Jan- 
uary 21 at the Hotel Kenmore with 
Father Shea and Alumni Secretary 
Hayes as guests. John Gibbons 
took over as Secretary and your 
correspondent as president. Re- 
tiring president Fred Keefe re- 
ceived a vote of thanks for a job 
well done. We heard from some 
who could not be present including 
Joe Scannell, now the father of 
two daughters out in Chicago. Bill 
Doonan in Philadelphia and Char- 
lie Savage, teaching at the Uni- 



versity of Portland, Oregon. 
Jim Sullivan is the father of a 
baby girl about six weeks old. Bob 
Shaughnessey is the recent father 
of a baby boy, his fourth child. 
John Gibbons and Jeanne Landry 
(Regis) of Watertown are engaged. 
Frank Murphy has been appointed 
manager of the Dorchester office 
of Homes, Inc. 

Paul Salipante recently passed the 
CPA exams. 

1943 

THOMAS O'C. MURRAY 
14 Churchill Rd., West Roxbury 32 
Bill McGrath's second child, Wil- 
liam, Jr., arrived on December 18. 
Jim Connolly's third, a daughter, 
was born on December 8. 
Jack Martin works for Pacific Mills 
in Lawrence. Phil Murray is now 
working in New York for Wal- 
worth Manufacturing Company, 
living on Long Island. 
Jim Harvey recently became as- 
sociated with the Connecticut Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Company. 
George Bray is an elementary 
School principal in Leverett, Mass. 
With his wife and son he visits 
Boston most weekends . 
Met Jack Breen last month at Far- 
go, where he had met Bob Killoran 
at a Marine Corps Reserve meet- 
ing. 

1944 

DONALD R. McARDLE 

61 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Braintree 84 

The class enjoyed a fine reunion 
in December at Alumni headquar- 
ter. Business men on band includ- 
ed Joe Dee, Jerry Finnerty, Henry 
Brash and Ed Geary. It was agreed 
to hold a dance at a future date. 
Ray Holland is working for Car- 
ter's Ink. 

Jim Kelleher has become associ- 
ated with the law office of Judge 
Elias Shamon, '20, in Boston. 
Gerry Kirby and Gertrude Duffy 
(Emmanuel) of Watertown are en- 
gaged. Bob Campbell and Mary 
Kirby (Emmanuel) of Jamaica 
Plain are also engaged. Ralph Hil- 
ton will probably be married in a 
few months. 

Jim Russell is with the F.B.I, in 
Chicago. 

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1945-1 

JOHN J. CONNOLLY, JR. 
52 Laurel Road, Milton 86 

Thomas H. Seaver has been ap- 
pointed a member of the board of 
trustees of the Milford town li- 
brary. 

Larry Griffin is doing graduate 
work in Psychology at Fordham 
University. 

Leo Donovan and Grace Goudreau 
are engaged. Leo is selling for the 
American Oil Products Company, 
Somerville. 

Bill Young is with Hathaway Bak- 
eries, Inc. 

The Bill Hamrocks are considering 
making San Francisco their perma- 
nent home. 

Joe O'Connell is with John Don- 
nelly and Sons (advertising). 
The Tim Cronins now have a third 
child. Yes, another boy. 

1945-11 

BERNARD T. LOUGHRAN 

22 Santuit Street, Dorchester 24 

Stan Dmohowski is again teach- 
ing at the Heights along with Fred 
Zappala. Fred broadened himself 
last summer by motoring to Cal- 
ifornia. Jack Brady, now a CPA, 
is associated with the firm of Steb- 
bins and Stebbins, Certified Public 
Accountants in Boston. 
Pete McHugh is our representative 
in the life insurance sales field. 
Pete Baleyko, who returned for a 
few months vacation from Korea, 
is now employed by the United 
States Government in Japan. Your 
correspondent is now employed by 
the Employers Mutuals of Wiscon- 
sin. 



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1947 

FRANCIS J. FLEMING 

3 Massasoit Court, Waltham 54 

David J. O'Connor and Barbara 
McSweeney of Roslindale are en- 
gaged. 

Bob Mclntyre is on Beacon Hill do- 
ing statistical work for the State. 
Heard that Bill Bonner was taking 
a CPA course at the Pace School 
of Accounting. Dan Sullivan has 
returned to American Woolen in 
Maynard. Arthur Fagan was up 
from Philadelphia at Christmas 
time. He's a supervisor for Penn- 
sylvania Company, a banking 
house. Dan Surrette is assistant 
manager of the W. T. Grant Som- 
erville store. 

Art Luciano is office manager for 
a Boston textile outfit and learning 
the automobile business in his 
spare time. Anyone wanting a car 
can contact him evenings or Sat- 
urday at the. Homestead Motor Car 
Company, Boylston Street near 
Fenway Park. 

Lou Sammartino has been married 
for a year. He is still in the jew- 
elry mfg. business. 
Fred D'Errico is engaged and he 
is with his fathers baking firm. 

1948 

FRANCIS X. HARVEY 

196 Brush Hill Road, Milton 86 

Francis Dunne and Jean Marie 
Carr of Milton were married in 
November. Tom Carroll and Betty 
Berra of Cambridge will be mar- 
ried in 'April. 

Mary Hatch of Cambridge and Paul 
Costello are engaged. John Kelley 
and Jane Callahan of Waban are 
engaged. Joining the list of bride- 
grooms this year are Connie Sul- 
livan and Al Silver. 
Ed O'Brien became the father of 
a son, Kevin Rutlege O'Brien, in 
October. He has left the F.B.I, and 
is attending Columbia Tech, living 
at 1825 New Hampshire Avenue, 
N. W., Washington 9, D. C. 
Your correspondent is representing 
Behr-Manning this month at hard- 
ware conventions in Boston and 
Pittsburgh. 

Several classmates had a get to- 
gether after the Cross game at the 
Naval Officers Club. Present were 



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AI Silver, Connie Sullivan, Al Tier- 
ney, Jack Hughes, Joe Harris, Bill 
Noonan, Tim Connors, Ed Des- 
mond, Tom Carroll, Jim Costello, 
Frank Perry and Frannie May. 

1949 

ROBERT Q. CRANE 

92 Brayton Road, Brighton 35 

James Blue and Lucille Noonan 
(Regis '48) of Dorchester are en- 
gaged. "Si" Kirby and Jeanne Post 
Griffin (Regis) of Jamaica Plain 
are engaged. Also Leo Donovan and 
Grace Gautreau. Leo is with an oil 
company in Somerville. "Spanky" 
Conroy's engagement to Marie 
Maguire completes the list at this 
time. 

Dan McNamara is teaching English 
in the Somerville school system. 
Frank Brown is getting a Master's 
degree at Teachers College. Barney 
Collins is studying Accounting at 
Burdetts. Ed Lynch has forsaken 
the books to play first trumpet for 
Ruby Newman. 

Bill Grimes is still with Haskins 
and Sells but has been transferred 
to Chicago. Another Accountant 
is Eddie Curran with the M.T.A. 
Bill Cosgrove dropped around re- 
cently from Buffalo where he is 
with Liberty Mutual Insurance. 



^Necrology 

Harry H. Burnham, 1931 

October 25, 1949 

John E. Moriarty, 1937 

November 10, 1949 

Rev. Denis A. O'Brien, 1908 

November 16, 1949 

Paul V. Curran, 1936 

November 22, 1949 

Rev. William J. McCarthy, 1891 

November 28, 1949 
Rev. Charles J. Maguire, 1898 

December 6, 1949 

Rev. Eugene B. Cummings, S.J. 

1904 

December 16, 1949 

Francis J. Malone, 1927 

December 17, 1949 

Rev. Richard S. Burke, 1924 

January 23, 1950 

Walter C. Winston, 1911 

January 24, 1950 

William E. Daley, 1918 

February 1, 1950 

BOSTON COLLEGE 



SPORTS 

NATHANIEL J. HASENFUS, '22 

Football 

Holy Cross was blasted from Braves 
Field, 76-0. It was a sad day for the Cross 
from the opening kick-off until Myers chari- 
tably turned proceedings over to his third 
and fourth teams in the third period. High 
score against Holy Cross had been 34-6 dur- 
ing World War I, when Charley Fitzgerald, 
'18 captained B. C, but Ed Petela scored 
34 himself with four touchdowns and ten 
conversions. Outstanding for the Eagles 
were Petela, Songin, and Cannava, who 
turned in the very best game of his entire 
career, to win for himself the almost unani- 
mous selection for the O'Melia Trophy. All 
three men were magnificent, Petela with his 
line-breaking, spine-tingling plunges: Can- 
nava, with his spectacular broken-field run- 
ning and his clever deception; and Songin, 
with his sharp and accurate passing. 

Hockey 

The National Championship hockey 
six is moving merrily along, and at present 
writing has run its record up to 18 straight 
victories, one of the longest winning streaks 
in the annals of Eagle hockey. Whether the 
team will continue to play such phenomenal 
hockey remains to be seen, for the club is 
perhaps not quite so sharp as was the club 
of 1949. It lacks Fitzgerald, Gallaerher, 
and Byrnes, and is still playing without Son- 
arm, whose injury in Florida has handi- 
capped the team no end, although the play 
of the defense still has been of exception- 
ally high grade with the excellent perform- 
ance of Delorev, McCusker, Shellenbach, 
and Costa. Yet Delorey is more than a 
defenseman — he is an all around player 
and his being tied up on defense alone 
slows down the pace of the offense. Then 
too, the mid-term loss of Mclntyre must 
necessarily weaken the club, for clever 
Johnny has helped make the first line one 
of the best in Eagle history. Giles Thread- 
gold is stepping up to the first line, thus 
weakening the third line which he dominat- 
ed. Yet with the return of Songin and the 
added experience gained by a great little 
goalie. Pete DeMaggio, the Eagles may yet 
take all comers. 

The season opened auspiciously at 
Providence where 1000 rabid B.C. rooters 
cheered the club to the echo in a jammed 
arena as it outplayed an excellent Brown 
team, 7-1. Threadgold and Harrington 

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scored twice for the Maroon, while Songin, 
Ceglaski, and Lewis scored one counter 
each. Then came an epic game with B.U., 
in which a fighting Terrier team was stop- 
ped by one goal in an Arena bursting at 
the seams. The game was in the tradition 
of B. C.-B. U. ice tilts, with first one team 
and then the other in the lead. Finally, 
Ceglaski took a pass from Harrington and 
Mulhern to beat the clever Bevins for the 
winning goal. Garrity was outstanding for 
B. U. although every man on both teams 
played spectacular hockey, the goalies duel- 
ing for survival. B. U. led, 3-2, at the 13- 
minute mark of the third period; then the 
Hare line took over, first Mulhern tying 
the score, and finally Ceglaski pounding in 
the winning goal. Harvard was the next 
victim, proving not so good as B. U. yet pro- 
viding rugged opposition, especially in the 
late stages of the game, in a fast, clean con- 
test before a good crowd. Then came an 
all-important game with McGill before a 
packed house, when the Giants in Red were 
burned by a B. C. ball of fire. McGill was 
far better than the 8-2 score that was posted, 
but Warren Lewis, who scored four goals, 
was a skating dervish, and the whole team 
played the best hockey that it had shown 
all year long. We old-timers at the game 
harked back to 1923 when the great Leo 
Hughes drove in three goals to defeat this 
?ame McGill, 3-1, to make B. C. the first 
American college team ever to defeat a 
Canadian college six. 

Northeastern was then overpowered, 
9-4, in a game marred by a severe injury 
to Heavey of the Intowners when he skated 
directly in front of a B. C. forward who was 
racing down the ice with the puck. The 
injury, entirely unavoidable, might not have 
occurred had the player been wearing a 
helmet, a piece of equipment that should be 
mandatory. Then the Eagles defeated a 
third Ivy team, Princeton, 9-3 at Hobey 
Baker Rink, a game in which the first line 
was excellent, Lewis again drove four count- 
ers into the net, and Mclntyre ended his 
college career in a blaze of glory, scoring 
twice and assisting twice more, as the 
Maroon ran their string up to 18 straight 
victories, and to 40 wins in the last 41 
games. 



Basketball 

Coach McLellan commented one day 
recently that the quality of the opposition 
often determines the high or low rating of 
a club. This was never more true than in 
the case of the basketball five, a team that 

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is far better than its record of 6 wins and 
4 losses. True, the team has twice suffered 
losses by large scores, but these defeats 
were imposed by the best clubs in the nation 
— right now Holy Cross stands No. 1. A 
defeat even by the score of 93-46 loses some 
of its sting when we reflect that it was run 
up by Cousy and Co. only a week after the 
Crusaders had topped the hundred mark. 
Currently the Eagles have a 613 rating. 

The season opened with an unexpected 
victory over Rhode Island, always a power 
in the court sport. Tim O'Connell and Capt. 
Tom O'Brien scored 30 points between them 
to set the pace for the 14 Boston men who 
saw action. St. Anselm was no match for 
the Eagles, who romped 72-57, as O'Connell 
again scored 18 points, followed by Fitz- 
gerald and Deegan, who hit double figures. 
The game between Harvard and B. C. lost 
semblance of a basketball contest when 49 
fouls were dealt out to the fives, and the 
Crimson success in turning Eagle fouls into 
points was the margin of the Crimson tri- 
umph. Harvard height had much to do 
with its victory, for Boston forwards were 
running in circles trying to make up for 
shorter legs. Rockwell, with 15 points, was 
high man of the night, but again the shoot- 
ing of O'Connell blazed the trail for B. C. 

Loyola of Los Angeles was defeated in 
a major victory before St. Michaels sur- 
prised their city cousins, when the Vermont - 
ers outscored the Newtonites, 56-46, at Bur- 
lington, despite 40 points scored by the New 
York trio of O'Brien, O'Connell, and Dee- 
gan. Yale fell before the Eagles at New 
Haven, 45-33, in a rugged game in which 
B. C. used but one substitute. O'Brien and 
O'Connell each popped in 11 points to set 
the pace. 

The Eagles failed dismally at Worcester 
when Bob Cousy's 34 points were almost 
enough to defeat the Boston five all by 
themselves. "We want 100!" was the Wor- 
cester chant as the Crusaders piled it on, 
but even the first team, when sent back in 
the last five minutes of the game, was un- 
able to satisfy them. Cousy's 34 points set 
a new record for Holy Cross basketball, as 
the Eagles were outclassed from the start- 
ing whistle. DePaul defeated the Maroon 
by another high score, as the fast-breaking 
Westerners led almost from the opening 
whistle. The first game of the year at the 
Heights brought a 67-50 victory over the 
Friars from Providence College. Deegan 
hit the basket for 15 points, and O'Brien 
and Stagoff followed closely with 11 each. 
Thus at the half-way mark, against compe- 

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tition very stern, the Eagles have a record 
of six wins and four defeats. 



CLUBS 

EVERETT 

On March 30 the Everett Club will pre- 
sent "A Voice in Rama" by the Boston Cath- 
olic Theatre at the Parlin Junior High 
School for the scholarship fund. 

The club is planning to provide a scholar- 
ship every year for an Everett student. 

Members of the committee are: James 
J. Mullen, '35, Paul G. Murphy, '48, Rich- 
ard J. Curnane, '40, Walter R. Morris, '26, 
William P. Canty, '22, Michael Fortunato, 
'44, Ciro R. Yannaco, '45, George J. Coogan, 
'36, Joseph F. Harrington, '49, Anthony J. 
Covelle, D.M.D., '39, Mario A. Fortunato, 
D.M.D., '46, Brendan O'Donnell, William 
Newell, Nicholas Carbone and Eugene 
Tobin. 

LAWRENCE 

The B. C. and Emmanuel Clubs of Law- 
rence held a semi-formal dance at the An- 
dover Country Club in December. On the 
committee were James F. Sullivan, '42 CBA, 
John J. Costello, '39, Simeon E. LeGendre, 
'39, William Kennedy, '50, and president 
John J. Hart III, '48 CBA. 

At Campion Hall, North Andover, the 
executive committee met in January to com- 
plete plans for the awarding of the club 
scholarship. Present were John Hart, presi- 
dent; James F. Sullivan, vice-president; 
Bernard J. Keirnan, '33, recording secre- 
tary; Edward F. Glynn, '29, treasurer; Rev. 
George P. Gallivan, '30, Chaplain; James 
J. Regan, '29 ; Francis X. Hogan, '06 ; James 
B. Sullivan, '35. 

CAMBRIDGE 

A reception for the hockey and basket- 
ball teams was held at the Elks home on 
February 23. Ted Galligan, '36, was chair- 
man. 

In April a club dinner is planned. The 
annual dance is scheduled for May and elec- 
tion will be held in June. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Officers for the present year are : John 
J. Murray, '29, president; Don Mulcahy, 
'40, and Tony Flynn, '36, vice-presidents; 
James O'Donnell, '44, secretary; Daniel P. 
Keenan, '35, treasurer; John Donelan, '37, 
Joseph L. Gormley, '37, Joseph Creed, '38, 
directors; Rev. Joseph L. Teletchea, '39, 
Chaplain. 

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